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Here is some random probably not true GTR gossip from bestcar japan

long story short is as previously reported another facelift of the R35 (using the existing VR38) is due to arrive next year with different body panels front fascia and a digital dash out of the new Z. this is the short term future to expect but according to the source Nissan is using their newly developed solid state battery tech to produce an electric GTR by 2028 with all eyes on the Taycan.



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The Best Car Scoop Team has obtained important information about the future of the Nissan GT-R! The next GT-R is under development for an electric vehicle (BEV). Moreover, the development is led by the United States.

Let me explain step by step. In the best car, GT-R has made a skin change of the current type and reported that it will continue to be produced. The current model will be discontinued in the fall of this year, and after a few months, a new model with a substantial minor change will appear next spring.

There was a theory that a 48V mild hybrid would be newly adopted, but the latest information suggests that the engine will continue as it is, although it may be powered up.

There was a possibility that the GT-R would be discontinued with the current model, so it must be good information for fans, but this time, what I got from a reliable source is the next, in the true sense, the "next model". Is the information.

GT-R will be reborn with BEV.

Nissan has set a goal of putting all-solid-state batteries into practical use by 2028, and has announced that it will set up its production pilot line in the Yokohama plant by 2024. This all-solid-state battery will be the new power unit for the GT-R.

The all-solid-state battery that Nissan makes in-house is being researched jointly with NASA, Japanese, and American universities, and it will be possible to significantly reduce the charging time due to the energy density that is about twice as high as the conventional one and the high-speed charge / discharge performance. In addition, it is lightweight and resistant to high temperatures.

A new era power unit suitable for the GT-R brand, which is expected as a drive battery that can be used as a BEV game changer that is inferior in practicality. The battery output is 1000kW class (conventional lithium-ion battery is 300kW class), and it can be used with ultra-high output motors.



The next GT-R will use the latest all-solid-state battery, but the development team is now continuing to research Porsche Taycan as a competitor.

Taycan's strongest model "Turbo S" is equipped with an LG (Korea) lithium-ion battery with a total capacity of 93.4kWh, and normally generates 625ps and 761ps when overboosted.

The Hyper BEV boasts a 0-100km / h acceleration of 2.8 seconds, a maximum speed of 260km / h, and a cruising range of 484km (WLTP mode). feature.

If you use an ultra-quick charger, you can charge for 100km in 5 minutes.

Of course, it is certain that all-solid-state batteries will be able to obtain even higher performance, and there is no choice but to proceed with development with confidence when it comes to batteries, but what we are paying attention to is the overall driving potential.

Through Taycan, he realizes that BEV supersports have more possibilities than expected.

Taycan has been established as a special BEV sport because of its high chassis performance that makes use of the low center of gravity unique to BEV, and this is only possible if Porsche has the know-how of making sports cars.

Not only the parts directly related to driving performance such as active suspension, dynamic chassis control system, and rear axle steering (four-wheel steering), but also the electric sports sound that raises the driver's feelings are enriched.

The 2-speed transmission, which is rare in BEV, is also effective in improving the uplifting feeling of sports driving as well as the substantial effect of increasing the maximum speed.

In other words, apart from the fundamental high performance and fun as a sports car represented by 911, we pursued the attractiveness unique to BEV and succeeded. Nissan has a long history of BEV development and has cultivated know-how, but when it comes to GT-R, another dimension of development capability is required.
 

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Hmmmmm…
 

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long story short is as previously reported another facelift of the R35 (using the existing VR38) is due to arrive next year with different body panels front fascia and a digital dash out of the new Z.
Hope this is true. Need to get an order in at normal prices before they stop production and move to EV.
 

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Hope this is true. Need to get an order in at normal prices before they stop production and move to EV.

I haven't heard anything officially but there have been two separate reports out of Japan that the R35 isn't done and is getting a refresh with the Z digital dash. We will see if it happens
 

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i'm probably in the minorty, but i'd like to see the gtr get much smaller. the car is like ms piggy.
It’s called a 400Z lol
 

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i'm probably in the minorty, but i'd like to see the gtr get much smaller. the car is like ms piggy.
smaller and lighter.

assuming you can stick with the nismo 600hp VR38 (and thats a big if considering noise and emissions standards), you can put all your R&D budget into chassis development and come in with a car that could potentially be a lot more fun to drive.

Your typical enthusiast can take 250lbs off by swapping parts, imagine if they put their engineers to work stripping 500-800lbs off (i know i know , not going to happen, but a guy can dream)
 

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To me, this is what happens when you lack proper leadership.
Success was staring them in the eyes with the Exotic Gran turismo version, make that 3200 lbs, 750HP with a great 7/8 spd DCT and that's all she wrote.
 
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this car is never going to get any lighter if the new 2023 much smaller Z is 3605 lbs
 

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Considering that the old Z32s weighed in over 3600 lbs, the new Z hasn’t really been lightened by more than a few lbs. I guess I would be curious to see how much lighter an R34 is compared to the current car.
 

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Considering that the old Z32s weighed in over 3600 lbs, the new Z hasn’t really been lightened by more than a few lbs. I guess I would be curious to see how much lighter an R34 is compared to the current car.
Google told me 3439-3543 depending on trim for the R34 which sounds about right to me
 

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If Nissan is going to drag it's feet on the R36, they should at least give us a facelift/digital dash, and the NISMO power bump as well.

This would tickle my trade-in/upgrade funny bone.
 
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