Nissan Concept 2020 Vision Gran Turismo

Nissan reveals new prototype NISSAN CONCEPT 2020

Nissan has unveiled a new concept supercar which will rival all others, though it will not likely be seen outside of one exclusive club of membership. And no, that club is not based on tax bracket or financial portfolio.

The Vision Gran Turismo concept was unveiled today as a forward-looking look at what a high-performance Nissan might look like in the future. It's made specifically for one type of driver and one driver only: those who play Gran Turismo on PlayStation.

That's right. All that's required to enter this exclusive club of drivers who get to hop into the hot NISSAN CONCEPT 2020 Vision Gran Turismo is a PlayStation game console and Gran Turismo6, releasing in July.

The car itself was designed as a dream project for Nissan designers who were told to create their own dream supercar for their Gran Turismo fantasy garage. The young designers at Nissan Design Europe in London created something so awesome that an advanced engineering team in Japan took the concept into the Nissan Technical Centre and fleshed it out. The result was the Nissan CONCEPT 2020 Vision Gran Turismo.

The car will now be a part of the game with the sixth edition of the franchise releasing in July, allowing players to get behind the (virtual) wheel of the supercar and power it through the streets. The game franchise has been an instrumental collaboration between Nissan, Sony, and Polyphony Digital. Various versions of the game have featured the Nissan GT-R, Skyline, and other NISMO products as well as been a platform upon which Nissan has found new drivers for its NISMO racing franchise in real-life motorsport.

To further add honey to the bread, though, Nissan has also hinted that they will likely make the CONCEPT 2020 Vision a reality. " a specialist in automotive design in three-dimensions, Nissan believes that the real-world is ready for the NISSAN CONCEPT 2020 Vision Gran Turismo. Watch this space…" To paraphrase the Savage.. Ohhhh yeah!

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