2024 Nissan GT-R debuts in Japan on January 12


The production Nissan GT-R premiered at the 2007 Tokyo Motor Show. Since then, the brand has made some tweaks to the coupé, e.g. B. the increase in performance, but the basic structure has remained mostly the same. Now the company is promoting the 2024 model, which will debut in Japan on January 12 at 8:00 p.m. EST (January 13 at 10:00 a.m. JST).

The unveiling of the 2024 GT-R will take place on the main stage of the Nissan booth at Makuhari Messe as part of the Tokyo Auto Salon 2023. The automaker’s Chief Operating Officer Ashwani Gupta will attend the presentation. Chief vehicle engineer Takashi Kawaguchi will also speak about the new model Impress car watch. Later that day, Kawaguchi Chief Powertrain Engineer, Naoki Nakata, and Brand Ambassador, Hiroshi Tamura will talk about the new model.

(2023 Nissan GT-R pictured above)

There’s no indication, as Nissan is teasing so far, that the company intends to introduce anything as radical as a next-gen GT R. However, having staff such as the automaker’s COO, the vehicle’s chief engineer and the chief powertrain engineer at the launch event could portend some changes to the 2024 model.

In the US Nissan announced the 2023 GT-R in October 2022. The company did not sell a 2022 model in the US. Instead, the 2021MY car was available until early 2022.

The 2021 GT-R was the last example to receive any tweaks. This model was available as new T-Spec in the special colors Millennium Jade light green and Midnight Purple. This edition also got the wider front fenders and carbon fiber rear spoiler of the track trim. The brake air ducts came from the Nismo model. It came with Rays forged aluminum and carbon ceramic brakes. Nissan limited production to 100 units and 65 examples came to North America.

There is a rumor that Nissan is planning to do this build a final edition of the GT-R that would boost the engine output to 710 horsepower (529 kilowatts) and 575 pound-feet (780 Newton-meters) of torque, like that GT-R50 by Italdesign. The automaker would potentially limit production to just 20 units.



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