Best Car Japan Render and "Mild Hybrid" Rumor
Posted 09 April 2021 - 09:30 PM
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Posted 11 April 2021 - 08:44 AM
I would think they could easily get the mpg to 25+ since the 2009 model year with a true eco mode and cylinder deactivation. Is there really anything else to improve on? The motor makes tones of power and is pretty reliable.
For the car overall, a magnetic ride control system would be good but also cost a lot more to reach pace and maintain.
Certainly some cabin insulation for noise would be good but it would add weight. It might sterilize the experience. The interior could be modernized.
True modern infotainment, safety sensors, 360 cameras, would be nice but more weight and stuff to go wrong.
It would be great to have a base model and a true super car busting top model, but I dont know that they really NEED to do that. The 2009 stock form is fast as holy hell.
I hope the company doesnt go under. I sure see a ton of infinity on the road.
Posted 30 April 2021 - 11:21 PM
Is it guaranteed there will even be an R36 generation?
With the Nissan potential bankruptcy, the cancellation of the Lexus LC 500 F (though there's news it might comeback), is an R36 even a definite anymore?
I also have a feeling the R36 if it does come to fruition might hit the $200k mark. If Nissan are to make another class defining supercar/supercar killer it'll most likely be hybrid and astronomically priced in order to do so since the current R35 is still an incredible value for it's performance in 2021.
Posted 01 May 2021 - 10:31 AM
Nissan needs to understand that the R36 needs to be more exclusive. Easy money for Them. People will buy for the lineage. Same dudes who are collecting R34s for quarter of million dollars.
Posted 10 June 2021 - 09:51 AM
new render and now the rumor states the R36 GTR will be a hybrid but there will be a non hybrid entry level. this seems to on the surface contradict the same magazines previous rumor that the mild hybrid system will be added because of Japanese noise regulations
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Posted 11 June 2021 - 03:28 AM
Considering Nissan's financial position, it is very likely that they will reuse as many parts and R&D as possible to reduce cost. So it's not too far fetched to imagine simply re-using the R35s Nismo powerplant into the new model. (as this magazine suggests?) Then Nissan will throw all of it's new new tech into the mix (i.e. adaptive cruise control, Intel drive, blind spot monitoring, etc). Finally, maybe borrow something new from Infiniti or Renault? (Similar to how the new Z is using Infiniti engine) Maybe this is where the hybrid part comes in?
Either way, Nissan is going to have a tough time winning on the R36.
Posted 17 June 2021 - 08:18 PM
Edited by Daddy21, Yesterday, 11:05 AM.
Posted Yesterday, 02:16 PM
None of those renders are even close to official. That magazine render even uses the same wheel design used in the 2017 to 2019 models. 2020+ already has a newer wheel design!
This guy is unfortunately right. https://youtu.be/nq9cF4fctPc
The economic climate+past R35 sales, Nissan's financial problems, Gas regulations, all mean either the R36 is coming in faar future (like 2026+) or never.
Edited by 7onyMustDive, Yesterday, 02:17 PM.
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