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Nismo GT-R Coming To Impress in 2014

With the Opening of Nismo’s new Japanese Headquarter, They Have Announced a Very Special Nismo GT-R

Information on Nismo’s first exclusive performance motorsports GT-R following their announcement of their new agreement with Nissan, and some accompanying spy photos.

Standing in the new and impressive facility that is set to become Nismo’s Japanese Headquarters, Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn looked pleased with what lie ahead for the two companies. For years, Nismo has done fantastic work modifying Nissan vehicles for greater performance, and their new agreement as an exclusive performance and motorsports partner makes perfect sense. What makes even more sense, following this decision, is that their first vehicle they approach head-on will be the Nissan GT-R.

Slated for release in 2014, as a 2015 Model, Nismo will unveil to the world a special edition Nissan GT-R that will take the already incredibly impressive vehicle and enhance it for increased performance. The official details of what Nismo will be doing to get extra lap seconds from the already world-beating GT-R have not been released, but, a test mule of the vehicle has already been spied.

Nismo will be utilizing their track racing experience, which they’ve gained with the GT-R in multiple levels of racing including some of the world’s most fiercely competitive LeMans events, the Nürburgring 24 Hours event, and multiple successes in Super GT and global GT races, and applying all of their combined experience to create the most impressive GT-R yet. The Nismo GT-R will also be seeing minor exterior cosmetic changes designed to provide a visual facelift and enhanced vehicle aerodynamics.

Nissan and Nismo have both confirmed that the vehicle has already been in development, ahead of this announcement, and this timetable means that the public can expect to see more prototypes this upcoming summer. Official release details are almost certainly a full year off, however.

“It would be unthinkable for us to develop a range of Nismo road cars without including the GT-R,” Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn said. “The GT-R Nismo will be special and I can’t wait to drive it.” Of course, this Nismo GT-R, while being the first vehicle produced by the company following their new agreement and in their new facility, is not the first vehicle that the two companies have come together to create. Nismo performance versions of Nissan vehicles have been around for years, and at current a Nismo 370Z track edition and a Nismo Juke are both available to the public–and each have drastically improved their vehicle’s performance and been met with rave reviews.

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