2015 Nissan GT-R Pricing Details:
- Recalibrated suspension
- New LED headlight Adaptive Front lighting System
- VR38DETT producing 545 horsepower and 463lb.-ft. of torque
- Starting at $101,770 and $115,710 for GT-R Track Edition
We can go on and on about how sensational the Nissan GT-R is. Hakosuka, Kenmeri, R32, R33, R34 it doesn't matter everybody loves some form of the Japanese supercar. The problem with making incredible cars is that you have to somehow top it the next year. When is it ever enough? Nissan shows no sign of stopping to improve the GT-R. But all the new gadgetry and the upgraded specs don't come cheap. Nissan recently announced U.S. pricing for the 2015 Nissan GT-R Premium, Black Edition, and Track Edition.
To the average Joe the GT-R might look identical to past GT-R models, but there are a number of changes with this 2015 model. The GTR's headlights got a makeover now using efficient multi-LEDs with a distinctive GT-R "lightning" pattern. Nissan has developed Adaptive Front lighting System (AFS) that automatically adjusts the angle of the light beam at high speeds.
At the rear of the car you'll find the signature four-ring taillight. Nissan has also added a new exterior color option to its lineup called Regal Red that incorporates real gold flakes in the paint. Purchase the Track Edition GT-R and it will come with a lightweight carbon fiber trunklid. The Premium model and the Black Edition receive lightweight black aluminum forged RAYS wheels, Recaro leather-appointed seats, and a unique dry carbon fiber rear spoiler.
The interior has been improved as well with three different interior color schemes to choose from. The new Premium Interior Package will feature the new hand-stitched Ivory on the front seats, along the accents of the instrument panel, steering wheel, door trim, armrests, and shift knob. For a more comfortable ride the GT-R comes standard with Bose Active Noise Cancellation System that reduces engine booming sounds.
The 2015 GT-R will feature a variety of chassis enhancements. Suspension, steering, braking systems, and tire designs have all been refined for a more relaxing, comfortable ride without sacrificing performance. The suspension for example has been fine tuned to reduce load fluctuation between the four wheels for increased handling and grip. The limited-production Track Edition will use specially tuned suspension that's more suitable for the track.
All three models will be using the advanced VR38DETT 3.8-liter twin turbo V6 motor that's good for 545 horsepower and 463 lb-ft of torque. All that power coupled with an independent rear transaxle ATTESA E-TS all-wheel-drive system makes it nearly unstoppable on the track or the street (if you're into that). Transmission will be in the form of an advanced paddle-shifted sequential 6-speed.
The legendary supercar will start at $101,770 for the GTR Premium, $111,510 for the Black Edition, and $115,710 for the GT-R Track Edition.