So... why did you buy one exactly?having owned a gtr for a year. I have to say it's the most overrated car on the market. For the price you have so many better options. The gtr had it's time. Even a mustang gt is more exciting. Can you imagine what you can get for 200k lol. A proper supercar with proper interior and good performance, not a nissan.
Granted the R31-R34 span was during the time when Nissan had a burning need to be dominant in Japanese motorsports and two strong rivals in the form of Honda and Toyota leaning very hard on them. Nowadays the GT-R's existence seems purely a "because we can" sort of thing, and Nissan probably doesn't see any urgency to drastically change something that's still making them money.R31, R32, R33, and R34 happened within 15 years. R35 is fast approaching 15 years of being current. Meh.
Well, the GT-R50 is pretty close.Reminds me of that Top Gear news segment about the Evo IX... "What they did was cross over VIII, and write on IX."
The only problem is that the Spec-V was not sold where I live and it'll be a few years before they're fair game for importing.Save money and find one of the early Spec-V editions with those wonderful special wheels and stripped out rear seats. 90% of the performance and probably a little bit more special.
Don't see them claiming it to be a new design, only a new model year.Looks exactly the same and they're seriously touting this as a new design??