To me, that's not a bad thing. Since the R32(276hp), it's gained 300hp. Corvettes and Porsches from the same time as the R32, gained about 350-400hp. Yet, the GT-R can still hang with them both. Not bad for a 2-door sedan.At least the porsche and corvettes had updated power levels during their long sammy looking model runs. Nissans GTR hasnt cracked 600hp or barely with the Nismo, in the last 12 years.
I'm really interested to see what we think of the R35 in another ten or twenty years. First years now we've been fawning over the Nismo R34 for example and thought it had a really tough, powerful, brutish look and the performance to back it up. And it did, obviously. These Nismo R35s look similar strong and extreme in my opinion. It doesn't really have that classic Japanese stacked air intake look that we all love but it definitely looks the business and will be a total ripper no doubt. I'm also curious about that power number...that's a lot of work to do to an engine and not actually publish bigger power numbers. I wonder if Nissan just didn't bother publishing new numbers but the new engine makes quite a bit more power. I guess we'll see what kind of numbers it puts down.Sold out.
2022 Nissan GT-R pricing*I wonder how much this is? Like $300k?
|Premium Luxury (a)||$199,800|
|Nismo SV (a)||$393,800|