It may have a 545-hp twin-turbo V6 engine, but the Nissan GT-R delivers more than just raw power − it combines supercar performance with amazing flexibility.
At the heart of the Nissan GT-R's anyone, anytime, anywhere performance is a simple 3-mode system for on-the-fly adjustment of specific performance parameters for the transmission, suspension and VDC stability control.
Air is usually the enemy of speed for supercars, but Nissan's engineers have refined every body detail on the GT-R to optimize the airflow over, under and through the vehicle. With a 0.26 coefficient of drag, the Nissan GT-R harnesses the wind to run cooler and not just eliminate lift, but actually generate downforce.
A Need for Speed
The Nissan GT-R was born ready to race. Since its introduction in 2007, when it turned the fastest lap ever for a production car around Germany's famed Nürburgring, the GT-R has continued to achieve faster times with each model.