The big event happens at 2:30 pm JST or 1:30 am EST.
It’s a new Japan-market model.
The current Nissan GT-R R35 car is one of the oldest ongoing production cars in the industry. Launched for the 2008 model year, little has changed since other than power boosts and numerous special editions. Given the short lead-time to this unveil, we believe it to be a new perhaps final edition for the aging supercar.
Despite its age, the R35 Nissan GT-R remains a monster pilar in the ultra-niche supercar segment. On top of being relatively affordable at just over $130,000 in Canada, its incredible 565-horsepower 3.8-litre twin-turbocharged V6 and speed still make it, to this day, one of the quickest cars on four wheels.
Most recently, Nissan introduced the 2022 GT-R, the GT-R50, and the 50th Anniversary Edition, among others, all of which were special in more ways than one. With precious little information shared about a new R36 GT-R, we expect that the can Nissan will reveal, for the Japanese market, to be a final farewell edition of the R35 GT-R.