Nissan GT-R will be Hybrid thanks to Williams

Nissan GT-R
Nissan GT-R

Now when it comes to sports cars to compare with, it is inevitable and its price / performance ratio, it is downright embarrassing for someone. Of course, as you may have guessed, we are referring to the Nissan GT-R, the sporty performance of the Japanese House monstre and technology.

Nissan GT-R

Nissan GT-R

Now, however, in view of the new generation, we are talking about substantial changes, which follow the road used by major manufacturers of supercars such as Ferrari, McLaren and Porsche, so to speak, or that of hybrid technology. Therefore, through this technical device, which sees the collaboration of prestigious Williams Advanced Engineering, and others such as the partial deactivation of the cylinders, the new GT-R, expected in 2015, which will have the MY 2016 initials and will emit fewer emissions but will be even more powerful.

Meanwhile, for the Tokyo Motor Show 2014 pending the variant of the GT-R Nismo current which, thanks to the estimated power of 570 hp and a low weight, aims to take the old Nurburgring in 7 minutes and 18 seconds. Obviously, to be attached to the asphalt it will also use eye-catching aerodynamic.

In short, the Nissan pros do not sleep on its laurels and work hard to improve a car that many define as almost perfect..

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