Today, the boldest and most exclusive Nissan GT-R you might ever dream of owning is the GT-R50 by Italdesign, which will go on a brief production run of simply 50 units, each priced at a little over $1 million.
While quite incredible, it still doesn’t bring us in any way closer to knowing what Nissan is preparing to do about their next-generation GT-R, which will likely be code-named the R36. However, what if we took the GT-R50 and sprayed in some 2020 Vision Gran Turismo Concept bits?
Fortunately, we do not require to play that “what if” game with ourselves because designer Enoch Gonzales has currently taken the liberty of crafting such a car digitally.
Not menacing enough
While the design of the car is certainly more contemporary than what we see on the current GT-R, there’s likewise something somewhat off about it, and we think it’s the size. The render doesn’t look sufficiently aggressive, as you might argue that it’s not low adequate and maybe not wide sufficient either.
In truth, Nissan can’t manage to get the next-gen GT-R wrong in any method. This car is such a cultural icon, and it’s generally on par with the similarity the Mustang, just cooler and (a great deal more) pricey. Nissan has been producing the GT-R/Skyline for decades, a period in which the model line evolved from a four-cylinder sedan to a turbocharged supercar.
The next action in its development is bound to be something spectacular, and its exterior design will most likely reflect the generational shift. That being stated, there are a couple of elements we like on this rendering, such as the headlight and taillight design, the headlight graphics, and the overall look of the rear pillar.
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