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Unconfirmed 2015 GT-R Build Sheet




Waiting for the 2015 GT-R? This is a potentially significant update. A GT-R Life member with GT-R certified dealer connections has provided what appears to be the build sheet for the 2015 GT-Rs in all trims. Looking at the sheet, what stands out immediately is a new color for the GT-R, Regal Red, which is listed as an extra cost option. Also new is what looks like a premium interior package in cream - in addition to the current red which the sheet says will be carried over. Also noteworthy, the Track Edition GT-R continues into 2015 with the GT-R NISMO being offered in addition to it as a range topping model. And if you're on the fence regarding color, this build sheet offers no solace as the new GT-R NISMO looks like it will be available in all of the GT-R's colors including the new Regal Red...

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So exciting. Can't wait to hear more about it!
Sweet!
Nice find Mc.
not much different.....
Thanks MC.

The car looks very similar to 2012+ almost no difference. I guess now I can consider upgrading to 14 :)
I was thinking they were going to do some LED's in headlights as so many other car manufactures are doing.
MC, I'm not sure I share the same opinion on the differences that you note in the pics. The plastic wrap seems to simply float over the canards that already exist on the current GT-R. I'm sure Nissan did make some changes though since they are disguising it but I don't see any significant changes.

edit: looking at the second picture, its a tough call whether or not the wrap is floating over the canard or if the shape of the bumper is indeed responsible... Hard to say.
The front end is now opened up thats been a probably the only "known" change way before these pictures surfaced. My claims are not based soley on these shots they only seem to back up one of the only details we can confidently say is in the works.

It is also worth noting that its possible the first and second photo are NOT  exact the same car. While they are both labeled 2 the  taping is different aswell as it appears the mirrors are smaller and the  2nd pic has the more pronounced curve in the opening.  so its possible that the 2nd car could be a working  NISMO mule.  Really impossible to draw many more conclusions than whats already stated at this point.

there is no question  that is now and indented concave area that leads to an additional cooling duct

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awesome news! Man I look forward to the upcoming news. I hope that its all worth the wait...I don't want to be disappointed.

View PostMC, on 02 March 2013 - 04:42 PM, said:

the front end is now opened up thats been a probably the only "known" change way before these pictures surfaced

there is no question  that is now and indented concave area that leads to an additional cooling duct

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Yeah, and the LEDs seem to have migrated upward a bit, no?

View Postkrea.tion, on 02 March 2013 - 04:50 PM, said:

Yeah, and the LEDs seem to have migrated upward a bit, no?

yeah but in the first pic they almost look like they are floating in the new indention. Again either the tape playing games with your vision or 2 different cars. Only clue is again  the  taped flatter looking side mirrors vs regular ones. :dunno:

still very very early and this is just meant to be an interested thread to spark the discussion and interest :)
Good find....but botton line is we're probably looking at some aesthetic/ cooling changes, possible powertrain bumps, and a higher price....hopefully the "EBA" is not a 3 year run....9 years with this body style is really pushing the limits IMO....don't get me wrong it's a great car and incredible bang for the buck....for myself there's no incentive to move up to a newer car unles it's an R36, and I'm willing to pay as I'm sure many others are.....I would be a buyer for an R36 in the 110-120K range....It will also be interesting to see how the early cars hold up in value in the coming years....The 2015 I'm sure will be great but for me personally I have lost interest in the car in it's current body.....
YAWN!! So basically..............not much has changed and it's not worth holding out for. Disappointing
I agree, Time for an R36. Not until 2017 or 2018?

View Postmr2slo4u, on 02 March 2013 - 05:18 PM, said:

I agree, Time for an R36. Not until 2017 or 2018?

I think  calender year 2017 as a  2018 model is the latest word on the street.  so the R35 has 2015 2016 and then possibly 2017 as a swan song
Yeah not much of a change just wait out for the R36
Nice, thanks for the posts. Always makes me tempted to switch to a newer model when i see a new car.
Nice find. Agree with other posters, would want something more in the style department at this point.
Thanks for the pics!
Perhaps not a lot of changes aesthetically, but if indeed there are new ducts front and rear (quarter) for cooling, these are good and much needed functional changes. I'm very curious what other functional and performance changes they have in store for us. Perhaps a significant power bump as some have speculated, similar to that of a CBA to DBA change? I'm guessing they will continue to fine tune suspension, LC, etc as they've been doing nearly every MY.  I suppose we'll find out in due time...
Better breaking/cooling?
Braking...
600bhp?

View PostVonHammer, on 02 March 2013 - 07:44 PM, said:

600bhp?

hopefully from the nismo.  I wouldnt expect over 20-25 from the  EBA-R35 as they have to   #1 leave room for the NISMO and  #2 leave room for the the remaining  couple of years

View PostTheNewGuy, on 02 March 2013 - 05:16 PM, said:

YAWN!! So basically..............not much has changed and it's not worth holding out for. Disappointing

I was just saying yesterday in a post how I didn't think there were going to be drastic changes coming.  It's just not Nissan.  Look at the 350/370Z and the G35/37.  Those cars are pretty much the same now as they were when they were released ten years ago.

With regards to the GT-R, so much R&D went into building it, why would you scrap that unless you product began to fall behind?  The GT-R is one of the worlds most advanced cars -- anything other than incremental improvements would be wasteful and reckless.  Even if/when the R36 comes along, don't look for Nissan to do a complete reboot.  One of the drawbacks of the GT-R is that because it's so precisely built, even small changes to the body's design upset the complete package, and require more R&D.  Wind tunnels aren't cheap! = )