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Nissan 2020 Vision GT Concept to grace Tokyo Motor Show in red livery

Nissan 2020 Vision GT Concept Fire Knight Red front three quarter

The Tokyo show car features a mildly revised front grille in addition the new exterior color.

The Nissan 2020 Vision GT Concept car which was first unveiled at the Goodwood FoS last year is heading to Tokyo Motor Show later this month with a slightly modified front grille and a new Fire Knight red livery.

Though the car is developed as a virtual concept for the Gran Turismo video game, the fact that Nissan has come up with the second life size model highlights the important it gives to the concept as a possible pre-cursor of future design philosophy.

The 2020 Vision GT concept is a modern interpretation of the company’s flagship Nissan GT-R. In other words, it won’t take long for the GT-R’s design to evolve and align itself with the concept’s futuristic lines.

Nissan 2020 Vision GT Concept Fire Knight Red spoiler

The Nissan 2020 Vision GT concept appears to preview the future iterations of the GT-R supercar.

The video game supercar employs a familiar tapering roof, black out A pillars (to form a wraparound windscreen effect) and quad circular taillights. Other salient design features include well pronounced curvy sheet metal surfaces on the sides, purposeful diffuser with central exhaust and a super aggressive front fascia with LED light, signature V-Motion grille, and multi-layered carbon fibre wind splitter and fins.

The revised Nissan 2020 Vision GT Concept will share the stage with the interesting Teatro for Dayz concept at the Tokyo Motor Show which starts on October 29.

Nissan 2020 Vision GT Concept – Photo Gallery

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