2014 Nissan GT-R Track EditionEnlarge Photo
Speaking with Top Gear, Nissan officials revealed that the upcoming GT-R NISMO model would produce "more than 570 horsepower" and come with “better handling” and “improved looks” compared to the standard GT-R.
The upgrades will be key in Nissan setting an even faster Nürburgring lap time than the 7:18.6 set by the 2014 GT-R, which rates in at ‘only’ 545 horsepower.
When will we get to see this beast? Given Nissan’s cadence for previous GT-R model reveals, a debut at the end of the year, most likely at the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show in November, is looking likely.
Sales in the U.S., unfortunately, won’t happen until the second half of 2014, making the GT-R NISMO a 2015 model.