Supposedly its actually in development now but man...........another 2-3 years of the current generation seems nuts. Kudos to Nissan for trying to refresh it here and there but the price keeps climbing for the same car. It would not shock me if Nissan ultimately pulls the plug and goes back to allowing the 370 replacement to be its top of the line performer.
A new report from Automotive News tries to unhide the brand’s future plans model by model.
Meanwhile, the GT-R is also currently under development but it probably won’t arrive before 2023 the earliest. This means the already aged Godzilla has at least two more years on the market until its successor hits the market.