Nissan adds power, purpose and fun – to its a GT-R sports car. But in its ninth year on sale, isn’t the car Due a replacement??
Nine years is a ripe old age for any modern production car to reach these days
GT-R has been nipped, tucked and fettled in order to remain competitive against considerably fresher rivals,
such as the porsche 911 and jag f-type
As part of what Nissan describes as the biggest facelift in the current model’s history, the GT-R gets styling, suspension, engine, interior and structural changes for the 2017-model-year version. A new grille, bonnet and bumpers front and rear increase engine cooling and high-speed downforce without increasing aerodynamic drag.
Price of this vehicle is not much short change of £80,000
New adaptive dampers, a stiffened body structure, a smoother-running twin-clutch gearbox and improved cabin insulation makes the GT-R a much better-mannered car than it used to be.
the interior still looks great with a sat nav and air con to suit also a brilliant sound system as well
the vehicles leather seats are comfortable enough for a long journey
The other main update inside the car is a new infotainment system with an 8.0in colour touchscreen display, and a new multi-function display command controller positioned on the transmission tunnel that allows you to cycle between functions without jabbing at the screen.
The system’s multi-function meter mode should continue to be popular with keen drivers; it allows you to call up as many dials for things like coolant temperature, oil pressure and turbo boost as you could ever want. Overall, the display’s resolution seems a bit basic and its responsiveness to inputs can be slow, however.
this car still costs less than a 911 carrera s coupe
all in all if you want fun then choose the nissan gt-r and at a great price as well.