Oh, what a tease!

There are teasers ... and then there's what Nissan is offering as a sneak preview to the press ahead of the New York International Auto Show next week.

"Today, Nissan sent to media a special 'teaser' regarding the company's presence at the 2016 New York International Auto Show, which will commence on Wednesday, March 23," the automaker said in a one-sentence press release statement Wednesday, a week ahead of the reveal.

So, what will the unveiling be?

Well, the popular guess on the Internet is that the company will be pulling the covers off its all-new GT-R, with this teaser showing its dual taillights in all their glory.

Already, we know the GT-R touts a Twin Turbo V6 engine, producing a roaring 545 horsepower.

"For 2016, that includes a new recalibrated suspension that reduces load fluctuation between the four wheels, and helps keep your wheels tight on the road for a smoother, more sophisticated ride," Nissan writes about the turbo-charged specimen on wheels on its website. "We've also added advanced headlights that adjust their illumination pattern based on your driving speed, and an all-new interior option with pale ivory semi-aniline seats, and contrasting hand-stitched details."

Continuing the excellence of the iconic Skyline before it, the GT-R's engine is handcrafted "by its own master engine-builder in a climate-controlled clean room," according to Nissan.

"It takes the exacting standards of the plant's most talented and devoted engine builders to produce the engine that has redefined what a supercar can be," the automaker continues describing on its site.

Although there hasn't been confirmation that this teaser shot is indeed the all-new GT-R, all roads certainly seem to point to it being the revved-up coupe, equipped with a $100,000-plus price tag. Adding to that likelihood is the Philippine market has reportedly already confirmed the release of the GT-R during a festival this past November, spelling out that it could make its way to the U.S. for an official release later this year as well.

All this being said, we speak on behalf of auto enthusiasts everywhere when we say, we can't wait to see the rest of the covers being pulled off this beast.

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