The 2025 Nissan GT-R, GT-R Nismo has received cosmetic updates to the Japanese market. All models have the same 3.8-liter engine and power output. The styling has, however, been redesigned, and the suspension has also been redesigned for smoother handling. Although the R35 Nissan GT-R has received cosmetic upgrades, it is expected that the R36 GT-R will perform better.
New Nissan GT-R R35 Redesign
Nissan GT-R R35 is now available in Nismo and regular configurations for the Japanese market. Style changes are minimal, the main differences being a redesigned frontal bumper and new headlamps. The Nismo version has a much more aggressive front due to the massive air intakes on the lower bumpers, and a brand-new grille. This performance edition also features a wider rear bumper and new carbon fiber bucket seats on the inside.
The R35’s 3.8-liter twin-turbo engine has been used since 2007. It is expected to be transferred to the R36. Only the Nismo GT R tuning can make 600hp. Despite the pollution regulations, Nissan is almost sure to use electrification to increase performance. The Nissan Ariya EV will most likely be used as a motor.
With the V6, this could result in over 800hp. The hybrid system also allows the R36 GT-R to eliminate the R35’s complex but sophisticated all-wheel-drive system. It could also use an engine to drive the rear wheels and an electric motor for the front wheels.
2025 Nissan GTR R36 Price & Release Date
There is no official price information for the 2025 Nissan GT-R R36 yet, as it is still in development. According to previous projections and pricing patterns, the 2025 Nissan GT-R R36 is expected to cost more than its current model. It could be around PS150,000.
The Nissan GT-R R36 is not expected to be on sale anytime soon. The R35 has just been upgraded. You might have to wait until 2025 to purchase the next-generation vehicle.