Friday, October 16, 2015


All new Nissan GT-R is by a wide margin Japan's longest-running and most-discussed supercar. Indeed, even despite an all-new crossover NSX and the screaming Lexus LF-A 's V-10, the enchantment of the GT-R equation keeps on intriguing and spellbind auto gentlemen and gals over the world. 

The most recent R35 Nissan GT-R is the most refined in the family heredity by not just commanding the press in Asia and Australia — where the past gen autos were sold — additionally taking features crosswise over America and Europe. 

Also, the features are great. Not the standard "newcomer tries to beat Porsche , loses" we are all so acquainted with. The GT-R is a machine that wins objective and subjective examination tests against a flat out's percentage snappiest and most noteworthy tech machines on the planet. 

It has taken two eras of 911 Turbo models to go anyplace close to the GT-R's pace, and the $100,000 Nissan likewise routinely punishes Ferrari's finest . 

To such an extent that Porsche and Ferrari will no more let one of their autos be in a comparo with the GT-R . Now that is an accomplishment. 

So where to run with this legend of a race auto? Keep the world-beating pace and all the most recent segment overhauls from the inevitable GT-R Nismo , however enhance the weight parity, focus of gravity, streamlined features and style.

A daunting task, to say the least. Luckily, the TopSpeed artists and graphic design team have created a few exclusive previews of where the GT-R’s styling will go in the next generations.

Tagged a 2016 Nissan GT-R, these renderings are purely speculative design studies. The ideas presented here are still quite interesting, with two distinct flavors of modern GT-R from which to select your favorite.Is it a leak or just an artist’s rendering? We don’t know, but the consensus seems to agree that this is actually a leaked image of the 2016 GT-R. What’s more, the awesomely restyled body isn’t the big news. Nope, the big news is the new hybrid powertrain that company insiders are putting at more than 800 ponies, thanks to the same 3.8-liter V-6 tuned to 580 horsepower and a KERS system that adds 250 more horses.These renderings are pretty outstanding and well-executed considering the fact that Nissan has said virtually nothing about a replacement for this R35 GT-R . Traditionally a very long model cycle, the Nismo engineers have been unable to leave well enough alone over the current car’s four-year tenure on the market.

Most of the extra detail tweaks to the GT-R have been under the skin, however. Only the LED running lights that joined the bumper in year two were added to the hot and technical beauty of the GT-R.

BMW ’s "Evo/Revo" logic is the most rational when predicting how all carmakers will replace their lineups. What we dubbed Evo/Revo refers to the way BMW BMW revamps their models. An all-new car is on market for four years, then gets a superficial update for another four years on the same platform. That is the ’Evolution’ part. Then after eight years, the ’Revolution’ brings a new chassis.

By this logic, the new GT-R is most likely be an "Evolution" and not "Revolution" of a totally new chassis.

To accomplish this, the car must be totally revamped and restyled outside as a way to draw in the trendiest shoppers, and keep the previous loyal buyers when they are trading up.The new GT-R’s nose is one of its most remodeled and repackaged features. A much lower hood height is visible in these renderings, with an even more extreme expression of the latest boomerang headlamps. The V-bar grille from the TopSpeed 2016 Nissan Maxima Nismo rendering is present in shape, but not in chrome finish.

The nose of the GT-R looks far meaner with visible-weave carbon-fiber forming its lower structure on a contrast black versus the white paint of these renderings.

The air intake setup looks very similar to the current GT-R, but adds a slim hood scoop just above the grille. Whether feeding the intake or serving an active aero function, a scoop like this could replace the current car’s NACA ducts higher in the hood.

The biggest change from rendering number one to number two is the lower side sill. The second rendering finishes this piece on contrasting black carbon-fiber, helping the GT-R to look leaner and meaner that the body-color scoop.The side view of the forthcoming F36 GT-R is arguably the most refined versus the nose and tail, which are expected to keep the familiar cues from today.

The roofline appears dramatically lowered from even the current GT-R’s (very low) 54-inch height, but the blacked-out front fenders and glasshouse continue to the new generation of models.

The daylight opening, or window line, appears to be carved lower into the door frame than today, while the rear three-quarter glass arcs upward instead of downward on the current car.

The anchor point for the whole floating roof is the C-pillar, with a pinched and layered surface that is also expected on the next Maxima and 370Z. The curved and sensual buttress just below the C-pillar is very attractive and unique, adding some premium feel to the functional surfaces of today’s car.

This outline signs for the rooftop up the show and supercar position of the GT-R, furthermore makes it less demanding to impart the new look to other body styles. In profile, the primary distinction between the two renderings is the back's treatment side lights. The second rendering components to a greater degree a stream and C-formed brake light obvious from the side.The tail is additionally two stages of potential style makeovers. One could be considered as the "Evo" idea, and another the "Revo." The Evo thought keeps the monster four fumes funnels down beneath and the four-pack of round brake lights close to the top corners of the storage compartment. Extra venting and air specifying is unmistakable close to the lower diffuser regions, where the GT-R should expand its down power and solidness to reach higher top paces than the present auto. 

Etched edges are kept for the back corners in light of the fact that it is the cleanest treatment for streamlined smoothness.

The choices regarding he taillights are tricky because round brake lights have been a GT-R styling theme since the beginning. Even so, to move the car forward the LED shape is likely to be inside the trunk metal or ditched altogether.

The C-shaped scratch of LED lights is another area that will allow better transfer of this look to the 370Z and Maxima . While the round likes work on the GT-R, they would look too much like a Chevrolet Monte Carlo on the Maxima .

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