Nissan is preparing a facelift for the actual version of the sporty GT-R. And we have images with the next GT-R!
From these photos, a modified front bumper with integrated LED daytime running lights is present. In total, the sleeker bodywork results in a coefficient of drag (Cd) that drops from 0.272 to 0.268. Also, downforce has been improved by 10 percent thanks to a new rear diffuser.
We also have a new color – the new blue, officially named Aurora Flare Blue Pearl. According to the GTRBlog, the updated black is officially (but again, tentatively) called Nebula Opal Black (color code GAG).
These two colors represent the only body color changes for the 2012 GT-R base and premium models.