Nissan today started the pre-launch activities in support of the all-new GT-R, the high performance sports car to be revealed at the Tokyo Motor Show on 24th October 2007. Central to the launch of GT-R, which will ultimately go on sale around the world, is a dedicated website that will provide all information on the car, including latest news, specifications and where to buy. The address for the website is www.gtrnissan.com and will available in six languages: Japanese, English, Spanish, German, French and Italian.
With sales due to start in Japan in December, Nissan is today also confirming the final name of the car. Previous generations of this car were known as the Skyline GT-R; the new name for this car is simply “Nissan GT-R” in all global markets.
The Nissan GT-R website is divided into regions and, for European enthusiasts, the website will open with a celebration of the heritage of the GT-R badge and the famous Nissan models that have carried it over the last decades. In addition, those visitors to the website who are interested to learn more about the car – with a view to potentially buying one – can register their details to ensure they are the first to hear the latest news from Nissan on the next generation of this sports car icon.
News, announcements and other regular updates will appear on www.gtrnissan.com over the coming weeks and months, allowing existing fans – and more recent converts – of Nissan’s ultimate sports car to keep in touch with the build up to the car’s launch.
The next update will take place to coincide with its global unveiling at the Tokyo Motor Show.
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