US website TopSpeed.com has sent us some of its renderings showing how its artists see the next-generation (2016) Nissan GT-R transpiring.
While purely speculative, they do show how Nissan's latest design cues, particularly those from the 350Z, could influence the design of Nissan's next supercar-slayer.
According to TopSpeed, the next GT-R's creators will seek to pack in all the goodness of the forthcoming GT-R Nismo, while also improving the car's aerodynamics and centre of gravity.
Built on a longer wheelbase, the supercar's weight balance is likely to be improved through positioning the engine further back. An advanced rear-wheel steering system is also said to be on the cards.
There's no word on what's going to happen beneath the bonnet, where Nissan engineers will no doubt look at improving on the current car's 397kW 3.8-litre twin-turbo.
Click here to see the full picture set on TopSpeed.