The Japanese based tuner BenSopra has decided that the iconic Nissan GT-R deserves more than the automaker is currently offering and has just announced that a more powerful version of the vehicle will hit the 2012 Tokyo Motor Show.
BenSopra doesn’t offer too many details about its Nissan GT-R except the fact that it will be developing around 1.000 horsepower (735 kW) and it will definitely stand out of the crowd with its aggressive new body kit and judging by the images provided by the tuner, the 3.8 liter twin-turbo V6 engine wasn’t the only thing modified and the vehicle is now closer to the road probably thanks to a new suspension.
Sadly we don’t know anything else about the 1.000 horsepower Nissan GT-R made by BenSopra but all the details will come to light in January next year when the Japanese tuner will officially present it at the 2012 Tokyo Motor Show.
As a reminder, the Nissan GT-R was released in Japan at the end of 2007 and the sports car made it into the United States in March 2009. The GT-R is powered by the VR38DETT 3.8 liter engine which is developing 478 horsepower at 6.400 rpm and 588 Nm of torque between 3.200 and 5.200 rpm. The engine is sending power to all four wheels through a rear mounted six-speed dual clutch semi-automatic transmission.