Nissan GTR

The Nissan GTR is one of the fastest road production cars on the market today. Its designed like a super car with its smooth looks and low centre of gravity but its also in the same price range as other supercars like the Audi R8. The engine is a 3.8-litre V6, punting out 565hp and 467lb ft of torque. It’ll do over 193mph, but more than that, use the ‘R-Start’ launch control, and you can get 0–62mph in 2.7 seconds. But it’s not enough for Nissan: it’s to get Nismo branding and become even faster. The interior is like a standard coupe along with a big screen to display all the data and its very advanced in the output. This is an awesome car and one for us petrol heads.

 

Looking at the GTR is look very impressive and Nissan have done a great job in keeping it up to date with its rivals. The long sloping bonnet with the sharp nostrils and whooping headlights are the highlight of this car. Its also got a big grill that it eats the roar through. The rear of the car is very nice and looks mean. The twin exhausts on the flat rear look good.

The interior is great you get leather seats, decent materials dressing the bits and pieces inside the car but the overall ride is not that comfortable. The redesigned interior is made with hand-crafted material and the prestige Leather seats and interior are available in Black, Tan, Ivory or Red surrounding you in comfort and luxury. Refined transmission contributes to the new GT-R’s smoother acceleration and ride. You also get a range of sound deadening enhancements including an acoustic glass windscreen.

You get a brand new 8-inch touchscreen multi-function display, the latest generation NissanConnect satellite navigation and entertainment system, and the rotary Control on the centre console operates the system without having to reach for the touchscreen. DAB digital radio and smartphone app integration included and active Sound enhancement is introduced.

[image from nissan.canissan.co.uk]

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