Nissan GTR 2018: Is the Development Plan True?

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What comes to mind when you see the new Nissan GTR 2018? A futuristic ride? An impressive race car with futuristic touch? The new GTR is said to come with the solid combination of electric motor and twin turbo arrangement that is expected to reach 700 hp of power. Can you imagine how cool it will be if Nissan’s plan can come true?

Nissan GTR 2018 Look

As it was mentioned before, the design of the Nissan GTR 2018 is a hybrid between a race car and also futuristic ride. Different people have different opinions about it, especially since the price is likely to change from the expected prediction. In the past, it was predicted that this Godzilla would cost $80,000. It turned out that the production cost has increased, reaching $100,000 per unit.

Not to mention that people have different say about the design – some say that it is okay while some say that the performance ride has an absurd look. Maybe they will have a change of heart if the price can be lower but then again….different people have their own different opinions

Engine

It has been confirmed by the company itself that the new Nissan GTR 2018 will be coming with hybrid combination and they are hoping to make the GTR produce 700 hp for the outcome. Thanks to the gas V6 engine with 3.0 liter capacity that is matched with the electric motor, it should deliver a promising performance. Not to mention that it will be paired with the sequential five speed transmission, complete with the carbon clutch arrangement. It will be coming with the all wheel driving system with front engine layout, although rumor has it that it will be coming with the mid-engine layout.

Construction and Type

There are some variants for the GTR, as what happens to the current model. The Gold Edition GTR is sold at around $102,000 while the Black Edition is sold at around $111,500. The strongest and most powerful line is the GTR Nismo with 595 hp of power, thanks to the V6 twin turbocharged engine. It is able to reach 60 mph within 2.7 second with the top speed reaching 193 mph.

So, considering that the GTR has a pretty good future with such a great combination, it would be to much if Nissan ruins it with the upcoming production. Let’s just hope that the new Nissan GTR 2018 will be as good without having to cost extra.