Nissan Hyper Force Concept

After 16 years in production, the GT-R is finally meeting its end. The car has been discontinued everywhere but North America and Japan and skipped the 2022 model year, but came back for 2023 — possibly for the last round. But Nissan revealed a light at the end of the GT-R tunnel with the Hyper Force concept, which debuted at the 2023 Tokyo Mobility Show. While it doesn't have the GT-R name, the concept is finished radically chunky bare metal in the best GT-R tradition, looking like a design that would be right at home in Ridge Racer. The Hyper Force's scissor doors open to reveal a Cyberpunk interior, bathed in neon LEDs in a vector graphic arrangement, with two driving modes — "GT" and "R" — making for a bit of an Easter egg. Nissan offered a claim of 1,341 horsepower from the car's electric drivetrain with all-wheel-drive and no other details.

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