2017 Nissan GT-R Review: Supercar 3.8 liter Twin-turbo V-6 Engine

2017 Nissan GT-R review: New supercar are great GT-R

Well, it looks like a GT-R, anyway, and there is a great GT-R badge staring back at me steering boss. Yep, definitely a GT-R But the gearbox is gently polished, diffs are not found and grind and grate each maneuver at low speeds, the steering feels light, and the ride is quieter, more consistent. I went just a quarter mile, but I know that all-action hero Nissan is barely recognizable at low speed. I hope that the beast is to look just below the surface. A completely tame Godzilla is not at all, right?

new 2017 Nissan GT-R

Here is the 2017 Nissan GT-R. It seems Nissan has updated this car every 10 to 15 minutes since its launch in 2008, but this is the most important round of revisions since the first cars rolled out of the factory and changed our perception of performance cars always. Too big a statement Nope the GT-R really did start a new era. However, while we have seen a new generation of the 911 Turbo and GT3 since that historic day, plus the new Audi R8, a new supercar McLaren family, and the beginning of a new philosophy for Ferrari with 488 GTB, the GT-R has been incrementally changed here and there. It remains a phenomenal car, but it’s definitely fallen behind the curve defined her very first.

How to fix this particular problem? I suspect that the real answer is new GT-R. In the meantime, we have this car. As usual for a new model year GT-R, Nissan gently massaged power, fiddled with the suspension, and made the most rigid shell. This happened so often, you wonder if the first GT-R were made of Jell-O. The overall figures are 565 horsepower at 6800 rpm (up 20 hp) and 467 lb-ft of torque (up to 4 lb-ft) of the 3.8-liter twin-turbo V-6 prices, plus a curb weight 3933 pound and a $ 111 585 for the model with a premium increase of $ 8.200.

2017 Nissan GT-R

What is more important, however, that these tweak formulas is the change in philosophy to make the GT-R more “mature” and habitable. Besides the mechanical refinement offered by the box double revised clutch transmission, there is also a new indoor mark with more tactile materials, a slightly harmonious design (do not expect the R8 level architectural beauty), a better screen touch, and, as before, Bose noise-canceling technology.

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