Nissan’s high performance sports car – the Nissan GT-R could be possible replaced with an new R36 version in 2013.
PistonHeads was at Nissan’s Nurburgring Technical Centre earlier this week, viagra when VP of global product planning Andy Palmer paid a flying visit to show his support for the GT-R programme lead by Kazutoshi Mizuno.
Unsurprisingly, Andy also confirmed to PistonHeads that the next-generation GT-R will be an evolution of the current platform, and will therefore retain the twin-turbocharged V6 and rear transaxle configuration.
“In that respect, it’s not going to be a massive one-off investment,” Palmer told PH. “It’s more a case of putting a bit of money into the programme every year, to make sure we keep the GT-R where it needs to be.”