The Future Of The Gt-r

Want to make yourself feel old? Consider this fact. We are coming up quickly on five years since the R35 GT-R hit the market. With that in mind, there’s been a lot of speculation over what the future of the GT-R holds. At one point, there was even question over whether there would even be a follow-up to the current GT-R. This week Inside Line published a story with some info on the current state of GT-R development. Word is the current car will continue along with a significant update in 2013/14 , and then be followed by up an all new model for 2018.

2018 is still a long way off so there’s few details on what the next GT-R will bring to the table. What would you like to see from Nissan’s performance flagship? The same twin turbo V6? Twin turbo V8? Hybrid? Something completely different?

-Mike

Source: Inside Line

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1

No hybrid, pretty please.

2

Less weight please. gtr has always been a touring car but the high weight holds it back. I'm sure a lighter car can be designed without losing comfortable cruising. also will make huge power go to better use and improve the driving experience.
gtr has always lead the way with drivetrain for production cars so perhaps an e-drivetrain would be a innovative addition.

3

A proper manual gearbox.

4

Well they have already taken away or given super human driver abilitys by replacing them with computer programs...nigh as well replace the driver completely.

5

Well they have already taken away or given super human driver abilitys by replacing them with computer programs...nigh as well replace the driver completely.

6

Rename it as a Skyline.
Have non GT-R sedan and coupe models with RWD and manual.

7

Rename it as a Skyline.
Have non GT-R sedan and coupe models with RWD and manual.

8

a four door sedan GTR and a station wagon GTR along with GTS versions in RWD :D and manual gearbox and automatic

9

a four door sedan GTR and a station wagon GTR along with GTS versions in RWD :D and manual gearbox and automatic

10

Doesn't matter; I can't afford one. Lol.

11

Doesn't matter; I can't afford one. Lol.

12

Kill yourself.

13

Kill yourself.

14

Make lower trim levels that everyone can afford and make it not so barge-like. Also, sedans, please.

15

Make lower trim levels that everyone can afford and make it not so barge-like. Also, sedans, please.

16

No gay hybirds, and no V8s.  Keep it with the TT6s.  I'm sure it would have direct injection by then as all cars would.  No sedan, no gay wagon this isnt  a fucking Cadillac.

17

No gay hybirds, and no V8s.  Keep it with the TT6s.  I'm sure it would have direct injection by then as all cars would.  No sedan, no gay wagon this isnt  a fucking Cadillac.

18

 @touge_101holds it back where?  The car is easily one of the best handling cars on the planet.  It's a large car, it always has been, there are no cars at that size that are 'light'.  It's not an Elise afterall or a Miata, it's a car 2 x as large
 
 

19

 @touge_101holds it back where?  The car is easily one of the best handling cars on the planet.  It's a large car, it always has been, there are no cars at that size that are 'light'.  It's not an Elise afterall or a Miata, it's a car 2 x as large
 
 

20

 @Bearsdkills Wagons are not gay, SUVs are...  and so are most convertible...  oh shit!  No Nissan, don't get any ideas, we don't need another gay charriot like that Murano Cabriolet bullshit...
 
A wagon might work though...  but I bet it would weight 3 tons...

21

 @Bearsdkills Wagons are not gay, SUVs are...  and so are most convertible...  oh shit!  No Nissan, don't get any ideas, we don't need another gay charriot like that Murano Cabriolet bullshit...
 
A wagon might work though...  but I bet it would weight 3 tons...

22

Let me clutch and change gears for myself.

23

Let me clutch and change gears for myself.

24

V12..-..end of story.

25

V12..-..end of story.

26

I don't care what it looks like. As long as it keeps it's low price (compared to other cars of its caliber) and its amazing performance I will still think this is the coolest GT-R on the market.

27

a smaller displacement higher revving tt v6 please

28

 @jmc0415 Those already exist. They're also known as the G37 sedan and coupe. They're called Skyline in Japan. The current GT-R is on its own, not based on a sedan like the previous generations.

29

Last time i checked the weight of the GT-R is about 3,800 pounds approx. The weigth is what really needs to change!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!   The car is no longer a drivers car either because of all of the eclectronics invollved. I've read that it is a pain in the ass to tune the ecu because of this. Give me a manual GT-R that weigh like 3,400 or 3,500 pounds with No drivers assist crap!!!!!  Nissan needs to look at the Toyota GT-86/FR-S/BR-Z for a llittle inspiration in designing  a real drivers car!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 

30

 @jmc0415 Yeah I know this, but they have SFA to do with each other. The V36 and the R35 are unrelated. They need to be was my statement.And no wagons unless it's badged as a Stagea.

31

 @1991ed6 I agree there needs to be a car like this from Nissan(s chassis for instance), but not the GT-R. The overall theme of the GT-R is great as it is. The only thing I really want changed fundamentally are the aesthetics. The rest I'm sure Nissan will take care of as they've been doing. As long as it stays an affordable supercar killer, I'm happy.

32

 @1991ed6 I think what you're looking for is a Subaru WRX or a Lancer evolution LOL! The GT-R is a super car. Which means it has to have a ton of power and long wheelbase for the all important 0-60 & quarter miles. Nissan has their best attempt of a "driver's car" and that's the 370z...people forget about that car.

33

This is going to be tough for Nissan, they set a really high standard with the R35. The R35 achieve its performance by all the electronics and other high-tec technology, if they are going to make next generation, that means it has to be better. Now, that's not really the problem, the problem is, the new car will be even more technologically advance that it lacks even more of its natural spirit as a car. Which will upset a lot of people who loves the elder GT-Rs. Well, the original thought from Nissan about the GT-R is exactly what they did with the R35, making a driver's car is not their top prirority, they just want to push the technology and make their car as far as possible, so we can't really say it's wrong. Let's just hope they keep the price down yet make the car even more mind-blowning with those crazy lap times it's capable of.

34

One of my opinion is, if they are planning to make a driver's car, they should focus on the Z, which is in a totally different direction as the GT-R. The Z are suppose to be cheap and simple, it should have a lot more freedom for the owners to do with it. The GT-R is for people who aim for the limit.

35

I think it would be dope if nissan made a hybrid gtr that can live up to the hp, seems impossible though, but it would be nice and a giant leap that no ones done before, well to my knowledge. LESS BULK, im sick of all these huge cars, the gtr, evox, the new subi, gahhhh hideous

36

I think Nissan has the potential to make the GTR allot quicker in 2018. I think should do away with the v6, and go with a straight 6 or a small v8, maybe even get some of the tasty mono turbo business going on. Some major chassis development needs to go on, and i think that's where allot of the performance needs to come from, the GTR is already an insanely quick car, and its lugging around nearly 2 ton! Imagine what it could do without having to lug about that weight. As for the comments on the Driver Focus of the car, i think there should be a place in Nissan's  line up for that, but I don't think its in the GTR, the GTR is at the for front of what's possible in driver aids, and I think it should stay that way.

37

Inline 6? Yea? Or at least make it tuner friendly because the tuners are already going to find a way to modify the car so why not just make it easier for them?

38

 @touge_101 Holds it back everywhere, a well prepared caterham chassis will beat  GTR pretty much everywhere because it does't weigh anything. The gtr is very quick for what it weights, but its heavier than a volvo.
 

39

 @jmc0415 SFA?
 
*looks up ubran dictionary*
 
...well, I guess it's better than a bitter fuck all.

40

A turbocharged inline six hybrid would be pretty sick. Someone just needs to bring back the inline six.

41

 @carlomdy Inline six engines create a lot of vibration (compared to V6). Inline six's crankshaft are very long compared to a V6. Having vibrations cause premature wear of the main bearings, and premature failure of the engine.
A patch to this problem is a good harmonic-balanced pulley (such as the ATI).
BMW is one of the few left that is using an inline six. My guess is that most major car manufactures will eventually switch to V6.
So as or right now, your suggestion is a bit counterproductive.

42

Forget the nostalgic stuff, Nissan should aim to WIN! Make it lighter and sexier. Keep all of the technological wizardry, and add some more (i.e. air-brake spoiler, on/off air-cooling for brake discs like the ferrari F12, etc). I don't care where the engine is, but maybe they should consider a monoturbo (like the one Dino posted) v6 or v8. Keep the drivetrain all-wheel-drive with paddle-shift (possibly 7 speed).  Make the car low and sexy. Make it similar to the NSX concept, R8, or Gallardo, but make it Japanese-robotic style. Forget trunk size, the R35's ass is too big. This car should be an all-performance car. I'm tired of people saying this is not a supercar.  

43

Lighter weight. Instead of just some techno-wizardry, lets see some materials wizardry. also, less ugly please.

44

I know there's a lot of haters but hybrid would be sweet... AWD t/turbo hybrid V6 would have extreme acceleration

45

It needs to weigh a lot less! The engine/drivetrain is perfect as it is. Also, ride comfort/quality needs to be improved a hell of a lot! My MY11 GT-R doesn't take bumps and potholes real well. I know it's supercar and all but from the chief engineer himself, Mizuno-san said that the GT-R was an 'everyday' supercar and it should at least be comfortable enough for daily travels.

46
TougeDrifting86

I agree with a lot of people on the weight thing.. power to weight ratio can make a difference, and if its a good amount lighter who knows how much of a monster itll be then? And I read about drivers car on the comments below... thats the Z. Then someone mentioned the gt86.. what Nissan needs to do is revive the Silvia name!! Then Honda works on that new NSX and possible another FR layout car.. then Mitsubishi could make the next installment of the Evo.. and then Mazda could make another rotary monster!! And then Japan's ultimate sports car showdown will be revived..
 
Oops, my bad went off subject :D But yeah, less weight and more awesomeness will come from the epicness thats named the GTR.. :D

47

W8 twin turbo

48

 @JoshChaney *new 240* ;)

49

I would love to see a GTR inspired by the KENMERY version. They could bring the old design back like Ford did with Mustang or Chevy with Camaro and Dodge with the Challenger.

50

As the article explains that the boys over at Honda are claiming to be able to lap the 'Ring in a quicker time will definitely put us back into a situation where the big japanese auto makers will finally compete again as they did with the Supra, RX-7, original NSX and GTR. Newer technologies such as hybrid systems are a, in my opinion, a huge advance in production vehicles in the performance sector. 
 
I for one would love to see the R36 with a TTV6(or8) powering the rear with a KERS style motor driving the fronts. To me this is a throwback to the RB26 era GTRs with them basically operating as RWD with a trick up their sleeves. Also ditch the rear seat entirely. 

51

So many people want it to be hybrid. I say, it needs to be a turbodiesel.:D

52

 @JDMized  @carlomdy noob

54

What i would like to see if i try to be somewhat realistic about itDrivetrain : AWD , 4.2L Monoturbo V8 + KERS , 6/7 speed sequentieel gearbox (flappy padel) or the option for an 6 speed manuel H-patern shifter.Styling : a tad more "back to roots" say the R32 or R34 but not a complete trowback.futhermore GTR's were relatively speaking always cheap, so keep as much of the components within existing part for a lower price.and i agree with most people comenting here, WEIGHT DOWN, i think 1450KG would be a good start for the 1e version, maybe a special version that is 1300KG ?? I would love to see that in 6 to 8 years there would be a new Nissan GTR, new Toyota Supra, new Mazda RX and a New Honda NSX 

55

About the weight of the GTR. The GTR is about traction and how quickly it can accelerate out of corners which is a function on how much power can be put onto the ground. The 4WD system plays a big part of this, but so does weight. Ideally the weight would be caused by downforce, however it is difficult to achieve on a road car. As such there are penalties to having weight. It is also one of the reasons the GTR is so quick on certain tracks.

Now would a GTR be faster if it weighed less? Maybe. But it would be more expensive, and is already struggling at its price point even though its a performance bargain.

The next GTR should continue its current purpose of being a supercar for any occation. GT, track, back roads, snow, or going to the groceries which being competitively priced.


56

surprised no ones said a limited edition nismo version lol that would be cool for the current gtr. for 2018 i would like to see styling similar to the r34 personally i think this gtr lost alot of the styling cues of the previous gens.

57

Nissan has announced that they will be releasing several of their models in a NISMO RS edition, somewhat akin to the R34 GTR Z-tune, which is an amazing example of what their racing heritage can do to a completely DD'able race car. A z-tune GTR would be simply amazing!

58

The next GT-R I would like to be a slimer car and with a inline 6 engine, twin-turbo, AWD made of aluminium. NO HYBRID.

59

You suck diesel oil

60

@JDMized - you know xxxxx about engines! Inline 6, V8 and V12 are the most balanced engine configuration ever.
Go learn some more.
In your theory, a 3 cilinder has a perfect balance! :))) Next is inline 4! :)))))))))))))))))

61

I would like an inline-6, twin turbo engine with a manual transmission and a lower weight than a giant whale. Oh wait... this reminds me of something, pre-R35 GT-R. Nice one Nissan for goingt backwards in terms of driving pleasure. Sure, being faster than a GT2 round a few bends is cool but how often does one actually exploit that? How about putting some soul into the car?

62

A "patch" is not a tuned elastomer damper. Nearly all engines already have these, but they're tuned to a lower RPM then a performance damper. V6s use balance shafts (like the VQ) to reduce vibration.

63

 @ITR14 It Would Be AMAZING and GODLIKE to drive i bet, might even look a bit better.but with this theory i would be scared about the pricetag considering what happend to the prices for Z-tune PART for the R34, let alone an entire car.
 

64

 @ITR14 It Would Be AMAZING and GODLIKE to drive i bet, might even look a bit better.but with this theory i would be scared about the pricetag considering what happend to the prices for Z-tune PART for the R34, let alone an entire car.
 

65

I like to see them make more spec's of the GTR" say a base model, a station (stagea), a luxury model, a lightweight model, a high horsepower model etc etc. The first GTR's were on the base of the skyline, wich was an normal car. i would like to know what people buy if they could choose a base model GTR with a manuel gearbox + RWD + VQ35 without any extra's, all the way up to a GTR with the VR38DETT + flappy pedal gearbox + AWD ATESSA, and all the interior options. customer's choice right ?

66

downsized V6 but more boost, KERS, even crazier 4WD-system and electronic chassis control.
dramatical weight loss.

67

They should get rid of the V6, and bring back the epic straight sixes that the Skylines had. An updated RB26 anyone? Hows that for nostalgic! :P

68

 @greenroadster Yes, I agree, no hybrid D:

69

 @ArneK Now V8s are cool, but they need to stay out of Japanese performance vehicles. It would take even more soul out of the car, and not to mention possibly even add more weight. The best engine I think would be an I6.

70

@Dave Try driving both. I picked the GTR over the Porsche Turbo exactly because it had more character. The R34 is a different car, but stock it had not a shed load of character.

71

I think the next GT-R is going to be a hybrid V6 twin-turbo 4WD whale. I think this solely because it's going to be the main competitor to the newer NSX.As much as I would love a inline 6 to come back I think almost every major car company is done with them. I'd love for someone to surprise me and bring it back though.
 
I'm just waiting for Nissan to make a Toyota 86/FR-S/BR-Z competitor. Nissan S16 anyone? 

72

Problems with hybrid is , wieght. electric motors are quite heavy. But if they don't try the technology in something fast no one will push to make it better! I.e lighter. Sooo I think they got to do it. If they do they should do a GTR hybrid and just a normal GTR. Think of the mpg! Lol

73

 @JosephMcKinney Nissan S16 as second daily? I would buy... and the S15 still as weekend car <3

74

I want a 3 litre reincarnation of the rb26! and i want a reincarnation of the s-chassis!

75

no way!! 5 years? wow it only seems like last year they put the GTR35 on sale :O and if they are going to bring a R36 out,hopefully, then either put a twin turbocharged V8 under the hood or put the RB26 under the GTR again, that would be awesome! and while youre at it, please PLEASE bring back the s-chassis nissan, im sure everyone on this blog would love to drive a S16 right? who agrees

76

 @TougeDrifting86
 agreed! it sucks though that the GTR is so high priced, and bringing back the silvia would be great, because it was cheap before AND a great to drive, it would be better fir nissan to bring back the s chassis though, instead of making another FWD car -_- we want cheap RWD a 4WD cars nissan!! XD

77

I want to see an "H" pattern shifter back, no flappy paddles.

78

 @greenroadster  @JDMized Ok, thanks for your kind words. I didn't say a 3 cylinder has a perfect balance.
I said, inline six crankshaft tend to vibrate (due to their length) more that a V6 would, and vibration causes premature failure, that's all I said.
 

79

@JDMized @carlomdy Hate to burst your bubble but a v6 is the most unbalanced conventional layout for a piston engine . Main problem is the size of an inline 6 , it's twice along as a v6

80

They sholdn't do anything - just look at the EU Honda Civic XI fail (tailights)
 
Don't touch it if it's working!

Author81

 @JosephMcKinney Yes there have been lots of rumors about a reborn Silvia, or a next generation Z that is much ligher and smaller than the current one. Very excited about that!

82

Well didnt see any realistic answers to the future of the GTR So I going to give my 2 cents 
 
I See Direct Injection, More Carbon Fiber in an effort to drop weight, Better Flowing Turbos Using lates BB Technology, Full Dry Sump Oiling for lower center of gravity, and slight styling ques to be a tad more sleek. 
 
Overall Power will break 600 Mark and keep them at #1 for the 100k or Less Car Category... 

83

@LiveFast
Well said mate.
I would love to see the GTR get lighter and a direct injection diesel would be different and a far greater alternative to a heavy hybrid system.

84

I would lliikkkkeeee to see a manual transmission, but doubt that will happen sadly :/ 

85

Most of the expectations or wishlists of many want the inline 6 back. Unfortunately, and to be pragmatic, the inline six is coming back, and I see a hybrid system most likely in the direction we're going in. Todays cars are now aimed at providing both efficiency and balance. That means a small displacement engine, and I dont see the Inline 6 returning as much as all of us want to have due to it being unpractical. Although BMW still stays with inline sixes, I dont see nissan going back to it. What I do see is the next gen GT-R having a smaller displacement V6, or even a V8, with a hybrid system, and pushing more boost through the turbos as well as lighter materiels in order to keep or enhance the performance figures. As for the manual H style shifter and dual-clutch, I see nissan most likely keeping the dual-clutch due to hybrid systems enter the formula to keep with the efficiency aspect. I would welcome the above changes, especially the hybrid system because at least nissan will be breaking some more ice as far as seeing hybrid performance cars.  

86

not coming back*

87

@zz I like your idea a lot.

88

@zz I like your idea a lot.

89

A 4 door version would be cool.

90

A 4 door version would be cool.

91

 @carlomdy The issue with inline 6 engines is that they are long and top heavy in nature. V configurations offer a better weight balance and also allow for better space efficiency under the hood.

92

 @carlomdy The issue with inline 6 engines is that they are long and top heavy in nature. V configurations offer a better weight balance and also allow for better space efficiency under the hood.

93

 @carlomdy The issue with inline 6 engines is that they are long and top heavy in nature. V configurations offer a better weight distribution/lower center of gravity and also allow for better space efficiency under the hood.

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 @carlomdy The issue with inline 6 engines is that they are long and top heavy in nature. V configurations offer a better weight distribution/lower center of gravity and also allow for better space efficiency under the hood.

95

I think they should look at Audi's new V-6 mono turbo with the variably vein set up. OR a N/A V-8 with throttle body's and direct injection. That would be interesting to see what they can come up with. Either way until I win the lottery, I won't be seen driving one.

96

I think they should look at Audi's new V-6 mono turbo with the variably vein set up. OR a N/A V-8 with throttle body's and direct injection. That would be interesting to see what they can come up with. Either way until I win the lottery, I won't be seen driving one.

97

I think they should look at Audi's new V-6 mono turbo with the variably vein set up. OR a N/A V-8 with throttle body's and direct injection. That would be interesting to see what they can come up with. Either way until I win the lottery, I won't be seen driving one.

98

 @Hanma I understand that from an engineering and design perspective, but i just can't get away from the awesome sound and power that the older Japanese I6s created. 

99

staight six, manual H pattern shifter,

100

S16, high compression v6 right on the fire wall, as low as possible, manual transmission, thin ass sheet metal, carbon fiber. I'd say the current has asthma, so let's open it up and get it breathing better and exit straight. K.I.S.S. This would bring back the times of old and bring about birth of Drivers. It would truly be "The Real Car" that would inspire and draw awe that spawns future generations of us.

101

five years?! bloodly hell!! that gone quick!
i would like to see the SKYLINE name back and to keep those 4 round tail lights...other than that, id be happy!!

102

There will be time when countries will have strict emission regulations. Hybrid, turbo, or maybe bio-fuel. But in Nissan I trust.

103

bring back the all mighty in-line six!

104

 @wigg1 Wrong 

105

im with you.
 

106

 @CrisCiunganu
 If it were up to me, i would not go further then 6 cylinders to, but i realy dont see de manufacturers staying on the same engine, they will go for bigger i think.

107

 @yanes33537
 Agree, and biofuel is the way to go i think, its a more economical, more powerful fuel. and volvo and saab have proven day to day use with it years ago.

108

Maybe the inline six? Maybe the interior, maybe the gearbox, maybe the body frame , they can change whatever they want, but dont change the 4 round tail lights , thats when they know a SKYLINE its speedhunting (Y)

109

Maybe the engine? , maybe the interior? , maybe the gearbox? ,body frame? . They can change whatever they want, but dont change the 4 round tail lights , thats when they know a SKYLINE in front of them is Speedhunting (Y)

110

I think a small V8, maybe a 4.0 liter, is the way they'll go with higher boost, direct injection, much more carbon fiber and possibly a hybrid system.

111

 @MrZuffenhausen LOL KERS...? Really son...REALLY?.....ROFL LMAO

112

 @ArneK WTF is up with peeps and KERS...? you have any idea how heavy it would have to be to make it road legal safe and put a warranty on it...?

113

Love it as it is but lets shake things up a bit....introduce different models a "poor man's" GTR if you will....a "base" RWD N/A V6 kinda like the one in the 350Z with cylinder deactivation for the tree huggers no nav no g-wiz meters etc hell even strip the power/luxury options...i know i know why not just buy a 350Z you retard...?!! Well if we were honest with ourselves we'd all buy an adffordable "GTR" IMO a "mid level" with more options and turbo's tossed in the mix but still RWD (prob sell like hot cakes...or you could just slap a Silvia badge on it =P) and then your top level GTR with all the goodies and 4WD....not gonna talk horsepower cause im sure it would be fast enough no matter the model anyway last but not least lets face it....its ugly as sin fix that and you got your self a winnah!!... =)

114

We all held are breath until the GT-R (R35) came out, I am sure the R36 will be a couple years but worth the wait.  I mean we got GT-R's running 1500HP now

115

ithink  they should stay with v6. they should keep it traditional like the hakosuka

116

Anyone else here interested more in the body style than in the engine? I find it likely that Nissan would keep the current V6, unless they are replacing the VQ/VR engine entirely (and it may be time for that, since the VQ has been in production for at least ten years). A smaller displacement is also conceivable for fuel economy reasons, even though it would hamper low-end torque.
 
More importantly, I think they should re-unite the next Skyline / G and GT-R body styles. Part of the appeal of the original Skyline GT-R for me has always been that Nissan turned an already capable sports coupe into an unbelievable racing machine, not that they designed one from a clean sheet. For me, Nissan's separation of the GT-R from the Skyline range could be compared to BMW hypothetically splitting the M3 from the more plain variants of the 3-series: it made each car a little less special.
 
Plus, it would be great if the R36 GT-R is a little bit smaller and lighter than the outgoing car, which moving to the same platform as the plain Skyline would provide. It would also enable a potential four-door variant.
 
About the "return the inline six" thing: Though there is nothing I would love more to see happen to the GT-R than the return of the I6 engine, it probably won't happen for the reasons other posters mentioned - and the RB26 returning after ten years is surely impossible (for emissions and manufacturing reasons, along with others).

117

Add KERS, and move far away from "wedge" headlights

118

manual gearbox gts-t  RWD option preaseeeee!!!!

119

R34 headlights PLEASE!!!!

120

 @Megabusa 70  @LiveFast
 Did you say diesel :|

121

600lbs less weight.

122

how about oo oo rearlights? smother lines?!

123

 @LavarBowers BMW efficient dynamics -like energy recovery system.

124

 @LavarBowers It's a wild guess at what the next GTR will be like, not what I would like it to be.

125
Nismo Omori Factory

Keep the GTR heritage of the 6 cylinder twin turbo engine at least. 4 circle tail lights is a must. Aggressive styling since the R32 / R34 / R35 GTR must be kept. 

126

Hopefully twin turbo v8  and would be pretty sweet, but with all the hype around "hybrids" and this "ecoboost" stuff its a possibility theyll go that way

127

and that***** would...

128

to all people talking about keep the heritage ...
Yes OO OO light in the back is a must ... and overall agressive style .. but maybe Nissan should make the car less massive like the R35, just take a look at a R32...
AND PLEASE PLEASE back to the inline 6 design ... v6 all good and peachy ... but the old RB that was heritage. constantly developed over decades .. please Nissan go back to the inline 6 design with 2 Turbos please

129

i would like them to make multiple models of the next car. as in the normal gtr (r36 gtr), a single turbo rear wheel drive model (r36 gtt) and a family oriented 4 door with a compleetly different engin that is smaller and more fuel effisent and a rwd set up (er36) as they have done with many previous models
but i do realize that this is much more of a dream than something nissan would even consider to do again

130

Go back to a straight six. Bigger isn't always better. 

131

 @JamesChaulk its called the infiniti g37 lol dumb ass

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MShafryFirasyidnan

 @JamesChaulk I'm totally agree to you 
plus, bring back the legendary BNR chassis

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MShafryFirasyidnan

 @vincentreed23 what if someone wants the nissan badge not infiniti dumbass?@JamesChaulk im totally agreed to you

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i reckon the next skyline gtr should have a straight eight twin turbo
 

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its a hard one to call.. lets have power but less weight! hows that grab ya?/

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i'd like if they leave the 4 tail lights.. i love just adore them!! *-* and leave the twin turbo v6 motor. make it with less weight. that's all for a perfect GT-R R36

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I would like to see a front mounted v12 just like the v12 vantage, now that would be special.

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