The new one:
The old one:
The exterior design changes are fairly subtle, youd be forgiven if you couldnt immediately spot the differences.
No one ever thought the GT-R was slow, but now theyve somehow made it even faster.
The original 3.8 litre V6 engine remains, but theyve fiddled with it so it now produces 530 PS, up from 480. Torque has also increased, now at 612nM, up from 588nM. Fuel economy has also improved, mainly thanks to a new exhaust system.
No word yet on the 0-60 time, but expect it to drop by a couple tenths of a second.
The suspension settings have been modified, and larger brakes have been fitted to cope with the performance improvements.
Lighter wheels will also improved performance, theyve got new coats of rubber too, new Dunlop tyres will improve grip.
One of the key selling points to the GT-R is that, comparatively, its a absolute bargain. To match the kind of performance the Nissan offers, you could easily spend twice as much money.
This new GT-R naturally has a slight price increase, up from 59,945 to 69,950.
This new price includes the upcoming 20% VAT, and the standard specification is generous. Included is the automatic gearbox, Bose stereo system, sat-nav, iPod and phone connections and individual air-con.
Although the changes might not sound like a great deal on paper, we reckon that the resulting car will feel like a brand new model. The GT-R engineers have a habit of exceeding expectations.
Come back soon and we should have some reviews of this new version. We can’t wait to see what effect it will have on the Nissan’s buzzScore!
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