Nissan Concept 2020 Vision Gran Turismo is the Darling of Goodwood

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Full-size model unveiled at Goodwood.

Ever since Nissan unveiled the Concept 2020 Vision Gran Turismo, rumors have been rife we were looking at elements of the next GT-R. Execs at the Japanese carmaker have yet to confirm or deny such gossip, but have said its boasts styling cues that will feature on a car bound for 2020. Created by the Nissan Design Center in London, the virtual supercar comes with a V-motion front fascia, svelte headlights with LEDs and a carbon-fiber front splitter.

It also sports a ventilated hood, aggressive rear diffuser and carbon-fiber wing. A four-wheel-drive chassis features an active suspension and comes wrapped in an advanced aerodynamic body that “hints as to how a supercar of the future might look.” Power outputs have also yet to be revealed, but a 3.5-liter hybrid powerplant will handle the car’s motivation.

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