Nissan GT-R still "has more potential" in current generation
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The man in charge of global design at Nissan has revealed that, while the next GT-R is still "more than two years away", the current car has potential to get even better. Speaking to Australian media at this weekend’s Le Mans 24 Hour endurance race, Nissan chief creative officer Shiro Nakamura said the current supercar’s straight-line performance will be hard to better, but that other improvements are achievable. “[Before a new GT-R arrives] we still want to improve [the] current GT-R because it has more potential to be better,” Nakamura said. “I think it’s an improvement. You will see. Even the design wise, we have some minor change coming very soon. You will see very shortly.