Nissan GT-R R35 Might Have its Final Production Run in 2025

Nissan is about to reveal details about the 2025 GT-R which will likely be the final model year of the current R35 series which has been in production since 2007.

According to the Japanese magazine Mag-X, the final production run will be limited to 1,500 units – of which 300 units will be allocated to the hotter GT-R Nismo. The report adds that Nissan has informed dealers it has decided to discontinue production because many of the current model’s parts will not be manufactured anymore.

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The current Nissan GT-R for sale is a third facelifted version of the R35 model which was introduced last year at the 2023 Tokyo Auto Salon, featuring redesigned front and rear fascias. If the report holds, there will only be a restricted two-year production run for this GT-R version. It remains unknown whether the 1,500 units of 2025 GT-R will be exclusive for sale within Japan or will be exported to other global markets.

Related: Nissan Unveils Hyper Force Electric Concept as Future GT-R

Regarding the fate of the GT-R brand, Nissan has not made an official announcement. That being said, prior rumors suggest that the next generation model would be electrified and will include the wild and futuristic appearance of the Hyper Force concept. Director of Nissan’s program design Giovanny Arroba said that the concept wasn’t centered on “pure fantasy” and that it will likely become a reality by the end of this decade.

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