Track performance for the everyday. The Nissan GT-R has quickly earned a name for itself as the iconic supercar that makes track performance an everyday experience. Offering uncompromising four-seater perfomance, the 'GT-R' is the one and only super car for anyone, anytime, anywhere.
Over time, the handling capabilities and athletic performance of the new GT-R has been taken to another level, thanks to a refined suspension system and a more rigid body structure that results in improved handling and better overall vehicle stability.
Intensive engineering updates around the windshield frame, which is housed within the A-pillars, have increased the structural rigidity of the GT-R’s front end, resulting in reduced deformation and crisper turn-in response. Reinforcements around the trunk have resulted in an increase in stiffness at the rear of the car. As a result, the rigidity levels at the front and rear of the car are more uniform, resulting in a better balanced chassis.
Output for the GT-R’s award-winning 3.8-litre V6 24-valve twin-turbocharged engine has been increased by 20 PS compared to last year’s model. It now delivers 570 PS at 6800 rpm, thanks in part to an increase in boost pressure and an ignition-timing system that’s controlled at each individual cylinder. The new changes result in improved acceleration in the mid-range (3200 rpm and above) with maximum torque output available across a wider range of the powerband.
The transmission shift-management control of the sequential 6-speed dual clutch transmission has been updated for better refinement and performance in a variety of driving situations. For example, when the vehicle begins moving from a standstill at a slow rate of acceleration, the gear shift change from 1st to 2nd gear is now much smoother than before.
|Combined Fuel consumption |
|Combined CO2 mass |
|Max.engine power |
|3.8L Twin-Turbocharged V6 570PS||23.9 (11.8)||275||419 (570) / 6800||Unleaded Petrol (RON100)|
|3.8L Twin-Turbocharged V6 600PS||23.9 (11.8)||275||441 (600) / 6800||Unleaded Petrol (RON100)|
The GT-R will rival a modern day spaceship for technological features, which range from the everyday items seen on the rest of the Nissan range, to high performance safety and comfort systems. The centre dashboard layout has been improved and simplified, with the number of integrated navigation and audio controls reduced from 27 switches in the previous model to only 11 in the 2017 version.
The navigation system controls and display have been placed slightly lower on the instrument panel for easier use and better forward visibility for both the driver and front passenger. Also, the redesigned navigation system with an eight-inch touchscreen display has been improved, with the dials now machined from aluminium alloy for better feel and operation.
Safety is also paramount. Along with the increased structural rigidity, standard safety items consist of the Nissan Advanced Air Bag System (AABS) that features dual-stage supplemental front air bags with seat belt sensors and occupant classification sensors that can vary the rate of air bag inflation based upon seatbelt usage and crash severity.
Other standard safety technologies include Advanced Vehicle Dynamic Control (VDC) stability control system with three driver-selectable modes (Normal, R-Mode, Off), Electronic Traction Control System (TCS), Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) and Electronic Brake force Distribution (EBD), RearView Monitor, Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) and automatic on/off headlights.
The new GT-R boasts a thoroughly refreshed exterior look that adds a high sense of style to what is already considered one of the most distinctive-looking sports cars in the marketplace. The front of the car sees a redesigned bumper, daytime running lights, and a new matte chrome finish to Nissan’s iconic ‘V-motion’ grille, which represents one of Nissan’s latest design signatures.
Almost all of the visual changes made to the GT-R’s exterior were intended to improve aerodynamic performance, including the distinctive grille, which has been enlarged to increase airflow to cool the engine without causing any additional drag. The refined shape blends smoothly with the new bonnet, which is now more rigid to prevent deformation and greatly improve aerodynamic performance at high speed.
|GT-R PURE||GT-R RECARO®||GT-R PRESTIGE||GT-R TRACK EDITION||GT-R NISMO|
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