The year 2016 seems to be a productive one for Nissan since it is preparing for big novelties: Altima V8 Supercar and GT-R Nismo GT3.
Altima is the first in Nissan's plans, a racing car painted in the traditional red, blue, and white colors. The supercar produces 600 hp and will be driven by Michael Caruso.
The second car - GT-R Nismo GT3 is planned to make its debut at the Bathurst 12 hours race and chances are it will manage to re-confirm its 2015 winner title.
Both cars have been tested recently on the Phillip Island circuit, driven by Florian Strauss and Rick Kelly. Launching two racing cars in such a short time demonstrates the brand's commitment to races. Nissan's officials are hoping to win all the planned races in the near future.