Godzilla as we know; 2024 Nissan GT-R introduced

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The 2024 Nissan GT-R, which made its world launch in Tokyo, continues its role as a modern classic with small touches on its familiar identity.

The GT-R, which has been on the road for more than 20 years with its version on sale today, was one of the life-saving cars for its brand, which was in crisis in the early 2000s. Godzilla, which Carlos Ghosn, who was the CEO at that time, also showed an extra tendency, turned into a modern classic with only revisions and minor improvements after a period of time. The 2024 Nissan GT-R, which was unveiled when the Tokyo Motor Show opened its doors this year, will continue to keep the legend on the road by adding a new one to these small changes that we have been accustomed to in the last 20 years.

Highlights for the 2024 Nissan GT-R

When we look at the car from the outside, careful eyes can easily distinguish the small touches made in the basic body parts. A dynamism that allows better wind management at high speeds with the changes in the front and rear bumpers together with the grille panel welcomes us. The new wing at the rear is perhaps the most obvious of the innovations. Despite all these changes, it is worth noting that there is no change in the 0.26 cd friction coefficient of the GT-R. The launch color called “Stealth Gray”, which is exclusive to the Nismo version, will undoubtedly play an important role in the overall appearance of the car.


Nissan engineers did not neglect to touch the invisible parts of the car as part of the development. With the improvements made in the platform and infrastructure elements, there is a promise of a more comfortable sports car on the driving side. However, we can also call the GT-R a more refined car at high speeds. Under the hood of Godzilla, another familiar face, the 3.8-liter V6 machine, continues on its way. Offering 573 PS power and 632 Nm torque in standard versions, this machine will increase its limits to 608 PS power and 651 Nm torque with Nismo. The power of the system, which is combined with a 6-stage dual-clutch gearbox, will be transferred to the ground with the four-wheel drive system.