2012 R35 GT-R will come with a total output figure of 560 bhp (418 kW / 568 PS).

Production is set to end soon on the Nissan GT-R as the 2012 JDM (Japanese domestic market) model will be the last. But Nissan will still be trotting out some new iterations of the car.

The 2012 R35 GT-R will get getting more power vis-a-vis the previous edition by around 30 PS ( 22 kW / 30 bhp) with a total output figure of 560 bhp (418 kW / 568 PS) over the earlier 530 bhp (395 kW / 537 PS) and 488 lb-ft (661 Nm) of torque.

And a SpecR version is coming too, meaning the update won't just be those additional horses. Included for a SpecR variant will be a weight loss of between 30 and 40 kg (66 to 88 lbs) and a gold engine cover to replace the current red one of the SpecV.

Testing on the new model has been delayed by the Tsunami disaster that struck Japan back in March, but 7tune.com reports that testing on the Nurburgring for the new GT-R will take place in the fall.

Gallery: 2012 Nissan GT-R gets more power and a new SpecR version