Nissan GT-R

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2017 Nissan GT-R

The 2017 Nissan GT-R performance coupe gets a new hood, grille and bumper design that improve frontal downforce for better handling. Inside, upgrades include a new dash with fewer buttons and a new 8-inch capacitive touch screen. Shift paddles move to the steering wheel, and engine output increases by 20 horsepower.

2016 Nissan GT-R

The only notable change for the 2016 Nissan GT-R is the new 45th Anniversary Gold Edition, which celebrates the GT-R's high-performance heritage. With a special Silica Brass paint scheme and other signature styling elements, only 30 will be available, meaning they just sold out as you finished this sentence. Sorry.

2015 Nissan GT-R

In a bid to make the GT-R's cabin feel quieter, 2015 models receive Bose Active Noise Cancellation. Also new are multi-LED headlights and new circular taillight treatment. The new, range-topping NISMO edition packs 600 horsepower, a stiffer rear anti-roll bar and race-tuned suspension.

About Nissan GT-R

At just under $112,000, Nissan’s high-performance GT-R sports coupe for 2017 isn’t exactly what we’d call a bargain. That is until you begin to compare the GT-R’s performance, technology and build quality to such established exotic names as Ferrari, Maserati, Lamborghini and Aston Martin. With its 565-horsepower twin-turbo V6, sophisticated all-wheel-drive setup and abundance of electronic assists, Nissan’s GT-R high-performance coupe for 2017 has earned its place among the great performance cars of our time. For those who seek the ultimate thrill ride, the 2017 Nissan GT-R Nismo is a track-ready 600-horsepower beast. And while most of the GT-R’s closest competitors can’t touch its pricing, Chevrolet’s impressive Corvette Z06 is not only much more affordable, it is also more readily available.

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