Nissan has launched the updated GT-R in its home country Japan. The amendments are technical as well cosmetic both.
First taking on the technical, GT-R gets modified ECU and dampers provoking better controls at corners and further enhancing steering feedback. NVH levels are also reduced whereas engineers also have worked on brakes to cut down vibration when engine running idle. New tyres from Dunlop are shod to better the driving experience.
Modified trunk carpet is snapped to get better sound deadening.
Now, on the cosmetic front, fresh headlamps take on the front fascia of updated Nissan GT-R with four LEDs planted in each of them. The RAYS alloys-wheels of split-spoke in blue and black chrome finish is optional in the list. Inside the cabin, the optional package desire to choose for one of the package from red and ivory, that would then translate the theme on new leather upholstery, hand-stitching on front seats, accents on instrument-panel, steering rim, armrests, door handles and gear-knob.
Under the bonnet, it will be the ongoing twin-turbo V6 petrol engine of 3.8-litre displacement producing 538bhp and 652Nm of torque mated to a 6-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission.