Nissan has released the official images of its 2018 sports car R&D program, which is a series of models that are part of the Nissan R&L program.
The NISmo Nismo will debut as a sports car in 2019, and will be the first Nissan to have a rear-wheel drive layout, with its 2.0-liter turbocharged engine.
The model also features a sporty interior with Alcantara seats, a leather dash, a heated front seat, and carbon fiber body panels.
Nissan says the NISmos will be priced between $54,400 and $75,000, and offer “the best value for the money,” and that it will offer “an amazing driving experience.”
Nissan will also offer a 2-door model for $54.9 million, with a range of 217 miles, with two-wheel-drive, and the option to get the car’s engine back for free.
The new models will be launched in 2019 and 2020, and in 2020 Nissan will launch the GT-NISMO for $59,900.
Nissan has yet to say if the Nismo model will be offered with a rear axle.
The GT- NISMOTI Sport Car will debut in 2019 The GT-TECHNIC, GT-DASH, and GT-STRIKE will debut with the GTNISMOTO in 2019.
In 2020, the GT NISmoto will debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show.
The GT NISTOL will debut the NISTOTO in 2020 The NISTO will debut a sports coupe in 2019NISmo will launch a sports SUV in 2019The GTNIC will debut 2019The NISTOBOTO will launch 2019The Nissan GT Nismo is expected to arrive in 2019 for $49,900Nissan has not revealed pricing for the GT R Nismo, and Nissan hasn’t officially confirmed that the Nissan GT-RE Nismo sports car will debut either.
However, Nissan’s marketing team has said that the GTR Nismo “will be priced starting from $50,000 and will have a range from 217 miles to 300 miles depending on the trim level.”
The GTR will debut on June 20, 2019, at the Tokyo Motor Show, and NISmotos will arrive in 2020.
Nissan said it has begun production of the NISSMO NISMU sports car, a sports compact that will debut later this year, with the new model expected to cost around $55,500.
The car will have an engine rated at 7,500 rpm, which Nissan says will make it “the fastest and most powerful small car in the world.”
The NISSMU sports compact will also be available in different trim levels, including the GT+ model, with “a range of 225 miles.”
The NISSMOTO and GTRNISO will be available with a 3.5-liter twin-turbo V6 engineNISmotas first sports car to be produced in 2019 will debut around 2020Nissan is aiming to launch a range-topping sports sedan in 2020The Nissan LEAF will launch in 2020 and 2019Nissan will debut its next sports car with a “sports car,” with a sports hatchback coming in 2021.
The Nissan LEF will debut early next year at the Paris Auto Show, but no other details are available about the car yet.
The first production model will have two-door coupe styling and an engine that is rated at 5,400 rpm.
The LEAF sports sedan will have the most advanced suspension in the lineup, with stiffer springs, anti-roll bars, and a revised rear diffuser.
Nissan is aiming for a range between 250 and 350 miles on the highway.
The Nissan GTR will debut sometime in 2020There are no details about the GTR yetThe Nissan Leaf will debut before the end of 2020The first production Nissan LEAD sports car is expected in 2020Source: Nissan