Jul 5 2014, 1:10pm CDT | by Ahmed Humayun
Some of the big shot companies automatically have the advantage of researching, designing and developing anything that they want simple because of the availability of resources. Nissan is pretty lucky to fall under this category, particularly if the recent Goodwood Festival of Speed showcase is anything to go by. The interesting part here is that Nissan didn’t opt for the usual designing and developing stages. Instead, it did something more out of the way by using the Gran Turismo 6 video game to tease petrol-heads with a new downloadable GT-R prototype, and then built it in real life. Keeping under consideration the Gran Turismo 6 game, Nissan designed the 2020 GT-R concept vehicle. We don’t really find this an unusual method of introducing a car concept because Nissan has remained affiliated with the Grand Turismo for quite some time.
The car is currently a prototype but don’t be disappointed because this shows what the GTR series are going to be in 2020. It is quite possible that in the next four years, the lovers of speed and carbon-fiber would be able to welcome this into their lives. Nissan Design in London is the mastermind behind the entire design process along with support and creative input being added by Nissan’s Technical Center in Atsugi, Japan.
Source: Cision Wire
Ahmed Humayun is a technology journalist bringing you the hottest tech stories of the day.
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