Introducing Nissan GT-R: Best Car

 REVIEW

The Nissan GT-R can sprint from standstill to 100kmph in around 3 seconds with a top speed of 315.4 kmph. GT-R is powered by a 3.8-litre twin turbo V6 engine that churns a power output of 570PS at 6,400rpm and 632Nm of torque in-between 3,200 to 5,800rpm. The aesthetic updates on the 2017 version include a set of new bumpers at either end, the family ‘V-Motion’ grille, and a set of new wheels along with a redesigned cabin.

HIGHLIGHTS:

  • mileage-9.0kmph
  • Smart Access Card Entry
  • engine-3798cc
  • Voice Control
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INTERIOR:

In the Nissan GT-R include push-button start, dual-zone automatic climate control, an 11-speaker Bose audio system, DVD player, satellite radio, Bluetooth, a USB port, a rearview camera and an infotainment system with a 7-inch touch screen, voice recognition and navigation.

Touch screen – which was inspired by the video game “Gran Turismo” – fulfills all of the usual infotainment duties, but it also provides plenty of detail about the vehicle itself, including current gear selection, steering angle and performance data. The Bose audio system delivers excellent sound quality.

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EXTERIOR:

Every model of NISSAN GT-R delivers blistering acceleration, hooking up perfectly with awe-inspiring traction from the GT-R’s brainy all-wheel-drive system.

A rigid body structure, special springs, and custom-developed  dampers in front help balance ride with track-ready handling.

On the road, the GT-R isn’t the same raw beast it once was. While Nissan engineers have raised the power on an almost annual basis, they’ve also dialed in more refinement, improving steering, ride, and interior quality along the way. That makes the current GT-R fairly easy to live with given its supercar capabilities.

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Every model in the GT-R lineup comes with a great 3-D navigation system, Bose audio, and Bluetooth. An inexpensive-looking cockpit is the GT-R’s most visible flaw, but if you opt for the Premium Interior package, it provides Infiniti-grade luxury in a car with NASA-grade acceleration.

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Styling:

The Nissan GT-R has an instantly recognizable shape and style, just like Corvettes, Vipers, 911s, and Veyrons. GT-R can seem like a combination of automotive ideas, in spirit, function, and form. If you view it as the latter, it seems to be clad with boisterous fender flares. Deeply scooped air intakes and a comically large rear wing.
Although, The GT-R’s cabin has improved much over the past few years. Finally, the fundamental layout has carried over.
 GT-R comes with NissanConnectSM with Navigation, Mobile Apps and Services that allows users to use a smartphone to remotely lock or unlock the car doors, activate the alarm, summon emergency services or track the car if it is stolen.

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