This type of matter is not entirely new. In the past, we have claimed on Toyota’s GR Heritage Elements application that appears to be like to hold more mature Supras on the road. Mazda has accomplished the same for the RX-7, and Nissan alone has been in the enterprise of preserving previous classics on the road for ages now too. We very first heard about Nissan building spares for the R32 GT-R again in 2017, but Nissan is including even additional elements to this application now.

Rather than recommissioning previous dies that could be deformed or worn, Nissan is employing “twin-sided dieless forming engineering” to develop rear human body panels in very low volumes. This process “permits the molding of complex shapes as a result of the use of robots urgent rod-shaped molding equipment onto opposite sides of a metal sheet to incrementally deform and mould a panel.” Hence, rear panels can be manufactured with relative relieve.