The 2025 Nissan GT-R Nismo has received cosmetic updates to be sold in Japan. The 3.8-liter engine and power output are the same for all models. However, the styling has been changed and the suspension has also been improved to make it more comfortable. Although the R35 Nissan GT-R has received cosmetic upgrades, it is expected that the R36 GT-R will perform better.
2025 Nissan GTR R36 Redesign
Nissan GT-R R35 is now available in Nismo and regular configurations for the Japanese market. Style changes are minimal, the main differences being a reworked bumper and reshaped front lights. The Nismo version has a much more aggressive front due to the massive air intakes on the lower bumpers, and a brand-new grille. This performance edition also features a wider rear bumper and new carbon fiber bucket seats on the inside.
The R35’s 3.8-liter twin-turbo engine has been used since 2007. It is expected to be transferred to the R36. Only the Nismo GT R tuning can make 600hp. Nissan is almost certain to use electrification to increase performance, despite the pollution regulations. The Nissan Ariya EV will most likely be used as a motor. With the V6 and the hybrid, you can expect to get over 800hp. The hybrid system also allows the R36 GT-R to eliminate the R35’s complex but sophisticated all-wheel-drive system. It could also use an engine to drive the rear wheels and an electric motor for the front wheels.
2025 Nissan GTR R36 Price & Release Date
There is no official price information for the 2025 Nissan GT-R R36 yet, as it is still in development. According to previous projections and pricing patterns, the 2025 Nissan GT-R R36 is expected to cost more than its current model. It could be around PS150,000. The Nissan GT-R R36 is not expected to be on sale anytime soon. The R35 has just been upgraded. You might have to wait until 2025 to purchase the next-generation vehicle.