Nissan’s Electrifying Vision: All-Solid-State Battery-Powered GT-R Expected by 2028
The Iconic GT-R Awaits a Transformation with Game-Changing Battery Tech
Espinosa’s insights reveal a promising future for the electric GT-R. He suggests that an electric version of this supercar could feature two, three, or even four electric motors, depending on the packaging preferred by the development team. With four-wheel drive as a given, one motor would drive the front axle while another powers the rear wheels. A recent glimpse into this electrified future was provided by the Hyper Force concept, which debuted at the Japan Mobility Show. This concept boasted an astonishing 1,341 horsepower, thanks to a pair of electric motors.