Nissan GT-R size and dimensions guide

If you’re after a coupe that offers devastating supercar performance, but also functions as a feasible everyday car, Nissan has an answer in the form of the GT-R. With room for four and reasonably sensible dimensions, it’s worth a look if you’re after a super coupe that can cope with a trip to the supermarket.

We’ve pulled together comprehensive dimensions data for the GT-R to save you breaking out the tape measure at the dealership. If you’ve decided it fits your needs perfectly, our Nissan GT-R car configurator can help you get a great deal on your new car.

Nissan GT-R exterior dimensions

The GT-R isn’t a small car by any means but, at 4.67 metres long, it’s actually comparable to most mainstream four-seat coupes, including the Mercedes C-Class CoupeBMW 4 Series and Audi A5. It is, however, a little wider than those cars, so you may find width restrictors a potential nightmare if you encounter them regularly. Rear visibility is poor too – not helped by the car’s low height and limited rear visibility.

Nissan GT-R exterior dimensions
Length 4,671mm
Width (mirrors folded) 1,902mm
Height 1,369mm

Nissan GT-R interior dimensions and boot space

You might not expect a 500hp+ coupe to be practical, but you might be surprised at how the GT-R can also function as a family car if needs must. The rear seats are actually quite reasonable for those up to teenage size, and the 315-litre boot is well shaped and larger than those in most superminis.

Nissan GT-R interior dimensions and boot space
Headroom (front/rear) 968mm/851mm
Legroom (front/rear) 1,133mm/671mm
Shoulder room (front/rear) 1,379mm/1,270mm
Boot space 315 litres

Nissan GT-R fuel tank size and turning circle

The GT-R has a large 74-litre fuel tank but fuel economy is predictably poor with its twin-turbocharged V6. This means a potential range of 389 miles – a figure you’re unlikely to reach unless you only use the car on motorways – a waste if you ask us. The turning circle of 12.1 metres isn’t appalling, but is poorer than the Audi R8 and generally comparable to larger SUVs.

Nissan GT-R fuel tank and turning circle
Fuel tank 74 litres
Turning circle 12.1 metres

Nissan GT-R weight

Weighing 1,740kg, the GT-R is certainly no lightweight – the four-wheel-drive system and heaps of electronic gizmos add a lot of extra weight to the coupe, so its startling performance is all the more shocking. The track version manages to shed 60kg of weight for better performance.

Nissan GT-R weight
Weight 1,680-1,740kg

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Nissan GT-R

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