2024 Nissan GTR R35: All you need to know about the upgrade is here!

2024 Nissan GTR R35

The Nissan GTR sports car has certainly contributed to keeping Nissan’s brand in the minds of enthusiasts. Its twin-turbocharged, all-wheel-drive performance is still unmatched by even the fiercest of competitors despite being separated from the legendary Skyline family name.

2024 Nissan GTR R35

There have been rumors suggesting that a new R36-generation GTR could be coming soon as much of the auto industry turns its attention to electric cars, while others have been designing renderings and suggest that a GTR may be discontinued in the near future. As for the GTR’s return in 2024, it will be back with more go-fast goods to exploit-and it surely is not dead yet. This isn’t an all-new model, but rather a refined version of the previous model, which many fans had hoped would be completely new. There are minor changes to the face and butt of the three GTR models, in addition to aerodynamic upgrades, increased mechanical grip, and a much-needed boost in visual appeal.

Appealing and upgraded design:

With a boxier front fascia, the previous GTR’s side grilles are now integrated into the main grille opening, while the rear bumper lights are circular at each corner, giving it a more modern appearance. As a result of the engineers’ efforts, Nissan claims the upper grille is now longer and sleeker, and they’ve used a thinner mesh material to enhance cooling and reduce drag.

A mild black mesh has been used between the quad exhaust finishers, blending in with the two-tone treatment, while a more aggressive, somewhat complex look has been given to the lower portion of the car, just behind the rear wheels. The previous wing design is now sharper and perched atop the rear deck lid.

Classic colors:

T-spec cars bring back the look of Skyline GTRs of the past with two exclusive exterior colors. A tribute to the GTR V-Spec II Nür and GT-R V-Spec finishes found on the R34 generation GTR, Millennium Jade and Midnight Purple pay homage to the beloved finishes found on each of these GTR variants. On the front buckets, the T-spec is upholstered in semi-aniline and suede fabric, similar to the previous version.

These colors are all available on the T-spec 2021 model, which was limited to 100 units globally. According to Nissan, the 2024 T-spec will also have a limited production run, but they could not specify how many cars will be built. T-spec models will be marked with a variety of badges that indicate the special trim they feature.

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