2022 Nissan GT-R R35 Final Edition – In the form of 370Z as well as the GT-R, Nissan has two of the most seasoned performance vehicles available currently. The former model will be renewed in the coming months (well at the very least, in prototype form) but the GT-R isn’t expected to switch to the next generation any time very soon. A report by the Japanese journal Best Car Web says we’re likely to not get it until 2023, at the very least.
The R35 Godzilla is expected to come out with a 710 horsepower roar at the end of 2022 in 2022 when Nissan is believed to launch a Final Edition. It’ll be more than 15 years old when it comes to and this final edition is likely to be a limited-run model that will be limited to 20 units. If the horsepower number appears familiar, that’s because the model that’s special is believed to have the same powertrain that powers that of the GT-R50 by Italdesign with its impressive 575 pounds (780 Newton-meters) in torque.
2022 Nissan GT-R R35 Final Edition Review
You may remember that the GT-R50 features a significantly upgraded twin-turbo 3.8-liter V6 engine that was further adjusted by Nismo and fitted with turbochargers from GT3’s GT-R racing car. The engine has more powerful intercoolers and high-flow fuel injectors as well as reinforcements to the automatic transmission with six speeds and other components.
2022 Nissan GT-R R35 Final Edition Price Release Date
Best Car Web magazine also declares that it is expected that the GT-R R35 Final Edition is expected to cost 40 million yen in Japan that equates to around $377,300 based on the current exchange rate. This is a lot higher than the 2021 GT-R Nismo available in the United States from $210,740, however, it’s still a decent price as compared to the GT-50 by Italdesign with its one million dollar price tag.
As is the norm when it comes to GT-R reports, you should take all the latest news with a traditional teaspoon of salt. However, it’d be logical to see the R35 come out with a more powerful model, especially since that the hardware is already in place. In addition to the R35 model, the new model is assumed to be electric one way or another, perhaps with the kinetic energy recovery method that is adapted from the GT-R LM Nismo race car which was raced in Le Mans. Automotive News claims the R36 may be available in 2023.