Nissan product boss Andy Palmer admitted that engineers are working on all-new versions of the both the Z and GTR.
'There will be a new GT-R and it will continue to be brutally aggressive,' he said. He also hinted that certain versions of Nissan's sporting flagship could be hybrid-powered, and admitted that the company has already registered the GT-RH name.
A new 370Z will also appear around 2016. Palmer revealed that it 'will be true to the current Z and be a two-seater and rear-wheel drive'. He did hint, however, that the new car could well have a four-cylinder turbocharged engine, rather than the V6 that powers the current model.
Palmer also admitted that he is keen to see the BladeGlider concept – a super-lightweight electric sportscar - go into production, and a car related to the IDx concept - which could the herald the return of the 200SX coupe. Both were shown at the Tokyo motor show last November.