Nissan GT-R

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2018 Nissan GT-R

The 2018 Nissan GT-R performance coupe adds a new, lower-priced Pure model to the lineup. Apple CarPlay is now standard, and a new Kuro Night trim is offered on the Premium trim.

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.

About Nissan GT-R

Although Nissan has introduced a new, lower-priced trim this year, at just over $100,000 the 2018 Nissan GT-R isn’t exactly what we’d call an affordable sports car. Then again, if you compare the GT-R’s performance specs and technology to cars built by Ferrari, Lamborghini and Aston Martin, suddenly the $100K price tag looks pretty darn good. Touting a raucous twin-turbo V6 pumping out 565 horsepower (600 horsepower in the track-ready Nismo version) mated to an advanced all-wheel-drive system, the GT-R has earned its station as one of the world’s great performance machines. Keep in mind, however, both the Chevrolet Corvette Z06 and Porsche 911 deliver similar performance, cost less and are much easier to get hold of.

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