2020 New Cars

2020 Nissan GTR and GTR R36

The 2020 Nissan GTR is a luxurious coupe with great performance abilities. Compared to the models from Ferrari’s and Lamborghini’s lineups the GTR model offers almost as good specs as other luxurious vehicles. Moreover, while still expensive, this coupe is more affordable than its toughest rivals.

The GTR model offers an astonishing engine, all-wheel-drive system, and great driving manners. On top of that, the interior is premium and more than comfortable. For the upcoming model, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are standard, and Kuro Night trim is available on higher trim levels. Some speculations are also saying that the special Nissan GTR R36 version could be on the cards in the near future.

2020 Nissan GTR front

2020 Nissan GTR exterior is aerodynamic and muscular

The exterior of the upcoming 2020 Nissan GTR looks very aerodynamic and muscular. Overall, it is a classic supercar’s look that brings certain aggressiveness. All of the contours, creases, and edges are improving aerodynamic efficiency, so Nissan paid more attention to that category than on the overall appearance.

Up front, fender vents are massive and hood seats lower. A boomerang-shaped LED headlights are looking astonishing and the V-bar grille is blacked out. The roofline is much lower than on previous models and generally, this coupe seats very low. 20-inch aluminum-alloy wheels are the newest addition and are looking superb.

2020 Nissan GTR interior

2020 Nissan GTR Interior is spacious and comfy

As mentioned, the 2020 Nissan GTR is a performance-oriented car, however, the interior is more than upscale. Nissan paid special attention to this category and it didn’t fail. Leather seats are included, and center console adds a red start button that instantly draws the attention. An 8-inch display provides all of the crucial car information and the dashboard includes three switches for different control options. Offered in four trim levels, Nissan GTR has plenty of standard and optional features for every trim.

Standard features such as power and leather seats, rearview monitor, touchscreen, Bose Audio system are all in the offer. The Premium trim level offers plenty of optional packages, all-season tires and interior packages that include contrast stitching and seats colored in Black, Red or Rakuda Tan.

2020 Nissan GTR R36 model

The Japanese carmaker proudly announced that the 2020 GTR R36 hyper-car will see its production in the coming months. After the very popular but aging R35 model, the time has come for the R36 concept to become reality. The GTR R36 managed to gain body with even more muscles and hood scoops and the rear part will sport a spoiler that looks fantastic. However, most changes will happen under the skin, after all, it is a performance car that we are speaking of.

2020 Nissan GTR R36 front

According to some sources, the 2020 R36 could get a stunning 775 HP and 738 lb-ft of torque. Moreover, a hybrid version is in the line, but that information is yet to be confirmed. The interior will remain, and the price will see a huge increase compared to the base model of Nissan GTR. A regular 2020 Nissan GTR R36 could cost around $180,000 while the hybrid model will cost $200,000.

2020 Nissan GTR R36 rear

2020 Nissan GTR engine versions and fuel economy

The forthcoming 2020 Nissan GTR is powered by a 3.8-liter twin-turbocharged V6 engine. This unit comes in two different versions which are tied to trim levels. Pure, Premium and Track models are equipped with a standard drivetrain that can produce up to 565 HP and 467 lb-ft of torque.

If that is not enough, you can opt for the second version of the V6 that can burst a mind-blowing 600 HP and 481 lb-ft of torque. A 6-speed automatic transmission is available and fuel economy is 16 mpg in the city and 22 mpg on the highway.

2020 Nissan GTR rear

2020 Nissan GTR price and release date

The price of the latest Nissan’s coupe is around $100,000. However, the highest trim level could cost up to $177,000. The 2020 Nissan GTR will go on sale in the first half of 2020.

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