Report: Next generation Nissan GT-R may receive a hybrid powerplant with the help of F1 Williams

A report from CarSales.com.au suggests that Nissan may introduce a hybrid powerplant for their halo GT-R sports coupe. The possibility has been increased after Nissan recently paired up with Formula One’s Williams team along with sponsors from Red Bull and Renault.

That said, word is that Williams Advanced Engineering is developing a hybrid powertrain for the next generation GT-R after having other projects on their resume for Porsche and Audi and their Le Mans racers.

Williams trajectory and plan for the GT-R is specifically in the unknown, so it is unclear as to what kind of hybrid system the GT-R may get in the future.

Source: CarSales.com.au via MotorAuthority

Chris Chin

Chris Chin is the Editor-In-Chief of egmCarTech and is a regular contributor to Automobile Magazine.

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