Rumor: Nissan GT-R Getting 600hp?

Rumor

Godzilla returns with a possible 600hp in 2013.

The Nissan GT-R has built up quite a reputation for speed and performance on race tracks and roads around the country. The 2-second club member is set to receive some revisions on its 2013 model including some more fuel-efficiency and some changes for increased performance. The Japanese automaker recently held a press conference at the Nurburgring in Germany and they released some information on its flagship's next generation model.

The ever-evolving, always improving GT-R will feature revised mapping of its transmission and engine as well as tweaks to its suspension. The supercar will also receive get some aerodynamic parts for better cooling and increased efficiency. A redesigned intake and exhaust will also help Godzilla's engine pump out anywhere from 570hp to 600hp. Some of the information on the new 2013 Nissan GT-R was gleaned off the guys on the NAGTROC Forum, some of whom attended the aforementioned Nissan press event in Germany. Though Godzilla is coming back a bit greener and more powerful than ever, it is expected to look the same.

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