The Nissan GT-R is not only the sharpest tool in the shed, but it's also one of the shiniest. It is the quickest consumer-grade vehicle that the Japanese automaker has ever manufactured, and with a race car-inspired design that sets it apart from the competition, it's apparent to see why the supercar is so highly regarded. Lurking beneath the hood of every GT-R is a 3.8-liter twin-turbo V6 that is handbuilt by a single master engine builder. As every screw is tightened by hand, it ensures that the powertrain operates the way that it was designed to, and allows the GT-R is able to hit 60 mph from a dead stop in fewer than three seconds.
In addition to the handcrafted engine, the GT-R is assembled using jigs that allow experienced specialists to perform various tests on body panels and components to ensure long-term functionality and precision.
The body of the GT-R features strategically-placed scoops and vents that work in tandem with the spoiler in back to create road-hugging downforce and to let the engine breathe easy for maximize performance.
Sporty and Comfortable
Inside, the GT-R beautifully mirrors the sporty performance, and provides you with a place to sit back and relax. Plus, the leather-appointed bolstered sport seats cushion the impact every time you hit the gas pedal.