After reading this title you might be confused, distraught, or downright angry but don’t worry, an econo-GTR is nowhere near. Rather, the next Nissan GT-R will maintain its high performance and quality, but we’ll just be seeing more of them, and more will likely be purchased. Currently there are only four engineers that are qualified to hand-build the twin-turbo V6 rocket that calls the GT-R home, which has understandably limited the production of this AWD rocket that Club Sportiva has two of. But, newly appointed GT-R chief engineer Kinishi Tanuma has said that Nissan needs the GT-R to be more a volume car and is currently training a fifth engineer to add to the roster of engine builders. To get a taste of this miraculous exotic car, take a look at our 2012 Nissan GT-R Black Edition rental or our 2013 Nissan GT-R.
– Evan W.
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