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Mike Stevens | Jun, 11 2014 | 1 Comment

Nissan may take its now legendary GT-R badge further into supercar territory if this coming new concept is any indication of the future.

To be revealed in full on June 16, the new concept is described as “the next chapter in our Nissan story”. We can expect to see it join the stable of concepts in Sony's Gran Turismo 6.

The carmaker has offered no other details at this stage, although it is clear we can expect bold supercar looks infused with Nissan’s latest styling tricks.

For now, we can see an almost F1-inspired design, melded with headlights that evolve the eyes of the current GT-R and a grille that builds on the look of last year’s Sport Sedan concept.

If this concept is bound for production, we can likely expect many of these elements to be toned down - particularly the gaping intakes beneath the long headlights.

It is known that Nissan is well into the development of a replacement for its R35 GT-R, which has been on the market since 2007.

Watch for this new concept to make its debut on June 16 (June 17 in Australia).

 
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