Nissan is making plans to remodel the 2014 GT-R, which has been updated for the 2013 model year, as well.
For 2013, Nissan bumped up the power of the GT-R from 530 to 545 hp, in response to customer demand. Now it is unveiling the 2014 Japanese version of the Godzilla car.
For 2014, Nissan plans to increase body rigidity and change out the shock absorbers, springs, and front stabilizers. Nissan engineers are also switching up the fuel injectors to more precisely control fuel injection, and suspension and tires will also be adjusted.
Plans for these exterior changes and new trim options in the U.S. will be unveiled early next year.