Will it ever stop? Between spy shots, Goodwood hill climbs and GT5 previews, we're almost to the point of GT-R overload. Then we start thinking about the next generation ATESSA all-wheel drive setup, the stroked 3.8-liter motor, and the two turbos hanging off the exhaust manifold, and we come to our senses. Godzilla's making a comeback, and it's just over two weeks away.
When the wraps are finally taken off the new Nissan GT-R in Tokyo next month there'll be little left to reveal, save a few minor exterior elements and a production-ready interior. And as the date draws closer, every piece of banal minutia that hits the web piques our interest and completes the GT-R puzzle.
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