Since its debut at the Tokyo Motor Show way back in 2007, the Nissan GT-R has fascinated its clients as the absolute accessible supercar. The 2011 Nissan GT-R has been developed with the ‘World’s best multi-performance and pleasure of responsive driving’ in mind. The exterior features more power and stability, while the classical creative flair associated with the GT-R’s striking look has also been updated, to offer better aerodynamics. A sportier interior balances the improved design.
Engine output is considerably upgraded to 530PS (390KW)/6,400rpm, with the maximum torque of 612Nm from 3,200 to 6,000rpm. The engine cover is, mysteriously, painted red to illustrate its superior performance. The Nissan GT-R’s world-beating aerodynamic performance has been further enhanced. Downforce has been amplified by around 10%, while a co-efficient of drag is further reduced from 0.27 to 0.26. A brand-new pad and finisher surround the navigation system display, with identical stitch lines, demonstrates the enhanced feeling of superiority. Despite the Nissan GT-R being a one grade line up, there is the possibility to choose between two different seat choices at no extra cost.
With the new on the road price of £69,950 ($109877) Nissan GT-R still denotes exceptional performance at a competitive price. The standard ‘no extra cost’ specification list remains as strong as always with Premium Connect HDD satellite navigation, Bose stereo system, iPod™ connectivity, hard drive music storage, Bluetooth phone connection, 20” alloy wheels, runflat tyres, and individual climate control air conditioning.[Source: Nissan]