Nine years after its launch the Nissan GT-R continues to evolve: at the Salon in New York (March 25-April 3) is in fact presented the model year 2017, further modified and strengthened to keep up the challenge against the more famous supercar. The new edition is immediately recognizable by its new front air inlets and modified hood, for the larger template and the new design of both bumpers and introduces some of the significant changes since the birth of the model. One presented in New York is the premium version in the new hue Blaze Metallic, which will follow other three grades, but it is still early to know what will be then actually available on the European and Italian.
The engine of 3.8 liter twin-turbo has been further developed and is now capable of 565 hp and 633 Nm of torque. In addition to actions on the boost pressure in the injection system it has been upgraded and has been installed a titanium exhaust system with Active Sound Enhancement. In addition, the integral transmission and double clutch six-speed transmission has been further refined to improve the fluidity of movement and reduce noise. Also new to the paddle at the wheel are now solidarity with the multifunction steering wheel.
2017 Nissan GT-R Comfort and finishes from Gran Turismo
To reconcile the performance (even undeclared) with the comfort of a Gran Turismo, the trim of the GT-R has been further modified and are crystals were installed soundproofing and the brand new Active Noise Cancellation. The interior of the Premium version offers nappa leather for the dashboard and seats, available in colors Rakuda Tan, Red Amber and Ivory. The seats are fitted with new upholstery that promise to improve life on board without sacrificing the containment when you decide to unleash his cavalry. The infotainment system has been equipped with a new 8-inch touchscreen, which integrates all the functions related to navigation, audio source and to the mechanical operation of the parameter control systems. The integration of the controls has more than halved the number of physical switches on the dashboard, which for this reason was partly redesigned.