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2017 Nissan GT-R

NISMO Coupe3.8L Twin-Turbo V6AWD6A2.9 sec11.1 sec @ 125.9 mph16/22/---- mpgRoad & Track
Premium Coupe3.8L Twin-Turbo V6AWD6A2.9 sec11.2 sec @ 123.4 mph16/22/---- mpgMotor Trend

2016 Nissan GT-R

45th Anniversary Gold Edition Coupe3.8L Twin-Turbo V6AWD6A2.9 11.2 sec @ 122 mph16/22/---- mpgMotor Trend

2015 Nissan GT-R

NISMO Coupe3.8L Twin-Turbo V6AWD6A2.9 sec11.0 sec @ 128 mph16/23/12 mpgCar and Driver
NISMO Coupe3.8L Twin-Turbo V6AWD6A2.9 sec11.2 sec @ 125 mph16/23/---- mpgCar and Driver
NISMO Coupe3.8L Twin-Turbo V6AWD6A2.9 sec11.0 sec @ 126.6 mph16/23/---- mpgMotor Trend
NISMO Coupe3.8L Twin-Turbo V6AWD6A2.9 sec 11.1 sec @ 125.3 mph16/23/---- mpgMotor Trend
NISMO Coupe3.8L Twin-Turbo V6AWD6A2.8 sec11.0 sec @ 126.6 mph16/23/---- mpgRoad & Track
Premium Coupe3.8L Twin-Turbo V6AWD6A3.0 sec11.2 sec @ 125 mph16/23/16 mpgCar and Driver
Premium Coupe3.8L Twin-Turbo V6AWD6A3.1 sec11.4 sec @ 123 mph16/23/---- mpgMotor Week
Premium Coupe3.8L Twin-Turbo V6AWD6A2.9 sec 11.1 sec @ 124.1 mph16/23/---- mpgRoad & Track

2014 Nissan GT-R

AMS Performance Alpha Omega Coupe4.0L Twin-Turbo V6AWD6A1.53 sec7.70 sec @ 186.51 mph----/----/---- mpgRoad & Track
Track Edition Coupe3.8L Twin-Turbo V6AWD6A2.9 sec11.2 sec @ 124 mph16/23/16 mpgCar and Driver
Track Edition Coupe3.8L Twin-Turbo V6AWD6A2.7 sec11.0 sec @ 125.1 mph16/23/---- mpgMotor Trend

2013 Nissan GT-R

Black Edition Coupe3.8L Twin-Turbo V6AWD6A2.8 sec11.1 sec @ 124.8 mph16/23/16.2 mpgMotor Trend
Premium Coupe3.8L Twin-Turbo V6AWD6A3.0 sec11.2 sec @ 124 mph16/23/14 mpgCar and Driver
Premium Coupe3.8L Twin-Turbo V6AWD6A3.0 sec11.2 sec @ 125 mph16/23/17 mpgRoad & Track

2012 Nissan GT-R

Premium Coupe3.8L Twin-Turbo V6AWD6A2.9 sec11.2 sec @ 126 mph16/23/19 mpgCar and Driver
Premium Coupe3.8L Twin-Turbo V6AWD6A2.9 sec11.2 sec @ 122.7 mph16/23/---- mpgMotor Trend
Premium Coupe3.8L Twin-Turbo V6AWD6A2.9 sec11.2 sec @ 121.8 mph16/23/---- mpgMotor Trend
Premium Coupe3.8L Twin-Turbo V6AWD6A3.5 sec11.9 sec @ 118 mph16/23/---- mpgMotor Week
Premium Coupe3.8L Twin-Turbo V6AWD6A2.9 sec11.2 sec @ 123.4 mph16/23/---- mpgRoad & Track

2011 Nissan GT-R

Premium Coupe3.8L Twin-Turbo V6AWD6A3.5 sec11.8 sec @ 119.8 mph15/21/---- mpgMotor Trend
Premium Coupe3.8L Twin-Turbo V6AWD6A3.3 sec11.6 sec @ 120.4 mph15/21/14.4 mpgRoad & Track

2010 Nissan GT-R

Premium Coupe3.8L Twin-Turbo V6AWD6A3.8 sec12.0 sec @ 120 mph15/21/---- mpgCar and Driver
Premium Coupe3.8L Twin-Turbo V6AWD6A3.5 sec11.9 sec @ 120.1 mph15/21/16.3 mpgMotor Trend
HKS R35 Coupe3.8L Twin-Turbo V6AWD6A3.0 sec11.1 sec @ 128.9 mph----/----/---- mpgRoad & Track

2009 Nissan GT-R

AMS Performance Ronin Coupe4.2L Twin-Turbo V6AWD6A2.7 sec10.0 sec @ 149 mph----/----/---- mpgCar and Driver
AMS Performance Alpha 9 Coupe3.8L Twin-Turbo V6AWD6A2.6 sec10.4 sec @ 136.6 mph----/----/---- mpgMotor Trend
Coupe3.8L Twin-Turbo V6AWD6A3.2 sec11.6 sec @ 120 mph16/21/---- mpgCar and Driver
Coupe3.8L Twin-Turbo V6AWD6A3.3 sec11.5 sec @ 124 mph16/21/16 mpgCar and Driver
Coupe3.8L Twin-Turbo V6AWD6A3.6 sec12.1 sec @ 115 mph16/21/18 mpgCar and Driver
Coupe3.8L Twin-Turbo V6AWD6A3.3 sec11.5 sec @ 121 mph16/21/14.9 mpgMotor Trend
GReddy GT43 Coupe4.3L Twin-Turbo V6AWD6A2.5 sec9.9 sec @ 144.5 mph----/----/---- mpgRoad & Track
Premium Coupe3.8L Twin-Turbo V6AWD6A4.1 sec12.6 sec @ 111 mph16/21/12 mpgCar and Driver
Premium Coupe3.8L Twin-Turbo V6AWD6A3.2 sec11.6 sec @ 120 mph16/21/---- mpgMotor Trend
Premium Coupe3.8L Twin-Turbo V6AWD6A3.4 sec11.8 sec @ 116.5 mph16/21/17.5 mpgRoad & Track
SpecV Coupe (Jap Spec)3.8L Twin-Turbo V6AWD6A3.2 sec11.3 sec @ 124.8 mph16/21/---- mpgRoad & Track

2008 Nissan GT-R

Mine's Coupe (Jap Spec)3.8L Twin-Turbo V6AWD6A3.0 sec11.1 sec @ 127.4 mph----/----/---- mpgRoad & Track

About Nissan GT-R

When speed is concerned, the Nissan GT-R is beyond expectations. The 545-hp, twin-turbo and 3.8-liter engine V6 car is just an overwhelming performer and has been since its introduction back in 2007.

It has an all-wheel-drive grip giving it speed and performance making it a great supercar for a much lower price. With each new version every year, the car has been getting better add-ons, and speed lovers worship it because Nissan GT-R can accelerate to 60 mph in less than 3 seconds.

Introduced in the US in 2008, and nicknamed as “Godzilla” by speed car lovers, the car has won the name because of its stunning design that helps it accelerate in spite of its heavy body weight. Aesthetically, the car also has great looks to capture enough glimpses on the road.

Inside, the car is controlled by a world class computer which includes a launch control system that allows any driver to have perfect launches every time. Not only that, but the dual-clutch transmission is quick and responsive that makes shifting gears flawless.

Performance and Design

The transmission, brakes, steering and suspension have been revised in the latest model to improve the car’s speed and performance even more while enhancing the driver’s comfort as well. The car has most of its weight concentrated on the front fenders and at the back towards its tail end.

Nissan GTR 0-60The central force of the GT-R comes from the 545 horsepower and 463 lb-ft of torque that is generated by its manually assembled twin-turbo 3.8 liter engine. The car can run so fast because of its six speed dual clutch automatic transmission that can help it outperform other supercars twice its price, and an amazing grip from its all-wheel drive system also contributes to the blazing fast acceleration.

The GT-R gives fairly good mileage of 16 mpg at city and 23 mpg at highway. As mentioned earlier, the car’s weight of almost 3,840 lbs. has been marvelously distributed throughout its chassis, where the three mode adjustable dampers can be adjusted well to improve the performance and comfort.

The suspension has been improved quite a bit by Nissan in the latest model for the enhanced comfort. While riding you will also notice that the steering system is much more agile and when driven on the highways, you will feel much better with its improved stability at high speed. The brakes are also even more responsive in the latest version.

Interior Design of the GT-R

The cabin is designed to give the driver all the power and comfort. Seats are well aligned. There is an LCD screen mounted at the center, and it’s manufactured in unison with the famous game makers Polyphony Digital.

Other inclusions that add to its iconic style are the high class leather and carbon fiber interior. There is also an 11 speaker stereo from Bose, and two of its front facing woofers lie in the center of the rear armrests. There is also a noise reduction system by Bose that eliminates road noise inside the car.

End Notes

Though Nissan claims the GT-R to be a four seating car, the back seats are pretty much just extra storage room. If you have kids, they might be comfortable enough in the back, but there’s not enough seats for adults to be comfortable. Not that it matters much because if you have a GT-R, your buddies will be lining up to cramp up in the backseats if needed just to experience the thrill of this beast.

For more information about the Nissan GT-R, visit the official Nissan website.

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