Did This Japanese Magazine Just Reveal The New Nissan GT-R?

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Could this be the facelifted supercar?

Ahead of its reveal at the New York Auto Show, a set of renderings from a Japanese magazine has envisioned what the facelifted 2017 Nissan GT-R will look like. Nissan has given out very few details about what it has in store for the supercar, but there’s a chance that the supercar could look like this. The renderings have altered the GT-Rs look with new bumpers on both ends, as well as a new front grille. The changes aren't drastic, but are minor things that give the supercar a more modern feel.

While the outside may not look that different from the current GT-R, the interior is where the artist captured our attention. The interior appears to have been given a massive makeover with a massive digital screen that takes up the majority of the space on the dashboard, while the center console now features more switches. The center console is reminiscent of an A80 Toyota Supra with the focus being on the driver, while the steering wheel has also been given a more modern look. We doubt Nissan would go this mental with the GT-R’s interior, but, hey, anything’s possible. We’ll have to wait a few hours before seeing how much Nissan has really done to its halo supercar.

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