A convertible version of the Nissan GT-R is placing the model into the spotlights.
Nissan is only offering the current generation of the GT-R in a single body style, that of a coupe, but considering the fact that the carmaker has big plans for its successor, don’t act too surprised if a convertible variant will hit the market. The two images posted below are nothing more than simple renderings, put together by Theophilus Chin, and they have been based on the current generation of the car. The roof has been chopped off and replaced with a soft top but don’t get your hopes too high because despite looking good, you will never see such an example in a dealership nearby.
The Godzilla has been in production for almost eight years now and it was first shown on its local market back in 2007, as the successor of the Skyline GT-R. The Nissan GT-R has a two-door 2+2 coupe body style and it is coming with a front engine and a rear-wheel drive layout. The model has been designed by Shiro Nakamura and it is currently being put together in Kaminokawa, Tochigi, Japan. Nissan has updated the impressive sports car almost every year as this has lost some weight on the way and gained some extra horsepower from the 3.8 liter twin turbo V8 engine, connected to the 6-speed dual clutch transmission. The current GT-R is getting ready to leave the assembly line soon as a successor is being planned.