Are there plans to introduce a brand next Nissan R36 GT-R? This query makes us exuberant and a bit anxious. We’re sure you’ve had enough of the speculations as well as “supposed updates” on the future of the GT-R nameplate.
We take the great features that come with the GT-R and turn it up to 11. In this spooky idea of a Super SUV Slayer. The GT-R’s powerful twin-turbo V6 is mated here and the second-row seats are great to sit in for those who are older, while the spooky design makes us want to witness the 2025 Nissan GT-R SUV come to life. Forget about the Lamborghini Urus or even the more powerful Ferrari Purosangue V12 The world’s fastest SUV will fail in comparison to GT-R, the Godzilla of all SUVs!
2025 Nissan GT-R SUV Engine & Performance
This GT-R SUV puts the legendary VR38DETT Engine Into Electrifying Nissan’s legendary Takumi (four master artisans) making each one for the R35 GT-R’s twin turbocharged V6 engines. It puts out 565 horsepower and 467 lb-ft torque which, let’s face it isn’t enough to make it into the category of supercars today. However, the 2024 GT-R is capable of making supercars with sophisticated features that have more cylinders to sweat. The main reason is the VR38DETT engine. This is a true engineering marvel.
Adry, our artist Adry is dialing things to a higher level within the GT-R SUV by blending the twin-turbo V6 engine. Two motors are mounted to the wheels on the back. This is the reason why huge rear fenders are present. Each motor can produce upwards of 150 horsepower. The highly adjustable twin-turbo V6 is also boosted up to 710 HP by utilizing the same upgrades this limited edition GT-R50 by Italdesign was given. The horsepower of this GT-R SUV with a boost is impressive at 1,010 horsepower. The torque number also goes upwards to 960 pounds. We’ve included a massive floor-mounted battery pack, which can be recharged externally.
The is a plug-in GT-R SUV, though much larger than the GT-R coupe model, it is capable of achieving 0-60 mph in just 2.5 seconds. In comparison to 2024, the GT-R can do 60 mph within 2.9 seconds. In addition to the fast accurate and exact 6-speed DCT connected with the engine, the quick acceleration of the GT-R SUV’s electric motors mounted to the rear can help it attain amazing acceleration figures.
Our GT-R SUV which has a 0-60 time of less than 2.5 seconds is the fastest super SUV ever designed on paper. It’s even faster than the fastest SUV currently in production which is the 1,020-HP Tesla Model X Plaid which achieves 60 miles per hour with a speed of 2.5 seconds. The past is reliving itself time because in 2008 the GT-R coupe shook the world of supercars by achieving the 0-60 mph mark within 3.6 seconds.
For a better understanding of how awesome this was in 2012, the Audi R8 V10 did 0-60 in 3.7 seconds. The $ 350,000 and Ferrari F430 Scuderia did 0-60 in slightly better 3.3 seconds. However, it was the GT-R that slowed them down. GT-R was less expensive than 3 times the price of the Ferrari back in the day, with a price of less than $80,000!
Today, the closest rival that we have to the $120,000 GT-R SUV is that of the 2023 Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat in terms of price. However, it’s not the case that the Durango is a huge fuel-guzzler that is limited-run. Therefore, the next suitable contender is the segment-breaking Lamborghini Urus. The $235,000 V12 engine-driven Super SUV will be destroyed with our GT-R SUV because its 650 horsepower and 0-60 times of 3.5 seconds aren’t near being at par with it.
Even the more tough Urus Performance doesn’t even look at in our GT-R “Hyper-SUV”. The 2025 Nissan GT-R SUV is eating its Lamborghini Urus for breakfast, all day long. Its Ferrari Purosangue is for lunch and The Rivian R1S is for dinner! This GT-R SUV Concept is a glimpse of what an unassuming Super SUV that has hybrid power is like.
As we think about what a GT-R SUV would appear like, Nissan tried its attempt at creating the GT-R-inspired crossover. The original Nissan Juke was a very ugly and uninspiring crossover that had less than 200 horsepower. There was a different variant of the Juke that puzzled media and other competitors alike. The model was called”the Nissan Juke-R, This still-ugly crossover was essentially a GT-R on high stilts. Nissan used the GT-R’s twin-turbo V6 engine in the Juke-R and fitted it with a sleek 6-speed gearbox. It was the result of a 485-hp AWD “mouse” that went from going from 0-60 mph in 3.7 seconds.
And then, Nissan dialed it up further, resulting in”JukeR” 2.0. It increased the power to 591 horsepower. The result was an unorthodox crossover that went from going from 0-60 in less than 3 seconds. It’s McLaren F1 fast! Although the figures impressed, the look was not. Furthermore, it was the case that the Juke was released in an era when it was a Super SUV was an unpalatable option. To top it off the Juke was priced in the vicinity of $600,000. It was quite different from Nissan. There were 23 Juke-Rs planned however only five of them were built.
However, our GT-R SUV can fix the flaws that caused the Juke-R disappointing. It has a style that is heavily influenced by the legendary GT-R coupe. Front fascias and back quad-ring taillight are still in use and redesigned to make it look more stylish in an SUV style. While it’s quite bulky it’s a great GT-R SUV is still a swanky vehicle and doesn’t appear like the aftermath of a botched plastic procedure. The hybrid engine also makes this 1000-HP GT-R SUV an option that is more practical and can be driven daily. In addition, the price isn’t what makes your eyes glisten, but will maintain the GT-R’s status as an underdog.
2025 Nissan GT-R SUV Rumors
It’s either a love or a hate the SUV is currently the latest trending body style. Everybody wants a supercharged vehicle, even owners of supercars. Therefore, it’s no surprise that Nissan changed its next-generation R36 GT-R into a coupe and an SUV variant. Although there is no certainty about when the next-gen GT-R will be able to open its cover or what power source will be used to drive it as of yet, the internet is full of speculations. The most likely one is believed to be that of the R36 GT-R packing a hybrid VR38DETT engine. The engine in the coupe is capable of producing up to 800 horsepower and the rumored SUV like we envisioned, could be a sub-par 1,000 horsepower version.
Yes, there’s a new, bold next-gen hybrid Nissan GT-R in the making. However, will it also come with a more bold SUV? This is a game of speculation for the moment. However, if the 2025 Nissan GT-R SUV ever becomes an actuality, then be ready to meet The Super SUV slayer!