Best Handling Nissan GT-R

May 28, 2013 in Auto News, BMW, Motor Show, New Cars

Nissan produced GT-R Track model that brings a stiffer suspension, enhanced brake cooling and more. The centerpiece of the GT-R is its power plant, a twin turbocharged and direct injected 3.8 liter V6 that pumps out 545 horsepower and 463 lb ft of torque. The new model year has brought a number of slight revisions to the motor and high injectors designed to create improve mid range punch and a new baffle plate in the oil pan to improved stabilize oil pressure.


The GT-R is one of the best handling cars on the market, and the latest version promise to build on that status. On top of a host of recent upgrades, Nissan has made a number of improvements for the latest model year. Modifications to the shock absorbers and front stabilizer tighten up the handling, as do new dash panel reinforcements that increase body severity.


High quality leather and carbon fiber give the interior a premium feels and specially designed 11 speaker Bose stereo including two forward facing woofers in the rear center armrest area for audiophiles. The GT-R model come standard with dual front, front side and front side shutter airbags in adding to traction and constancy control systems and a tire force monitoring system.