The 2012 Nissan GT-R represents real progression for the iconic affordable’ supercar that stars at $90,950. American buyers get two distinct models Premium or Black Edition. The Black Edition features lightweight forged aluminum Spec-V wheels, special Recaro buckets and additional touches that come with its $96,100 price tag. The 2012 GT-R features a fully revised suspension set-up, more aerodynamic and cooling friendly bodywork and more power. Nissan’s seductive VR38DETT has been bumped to 530 horsepower and the company has reworked the car’s launch control to improve performance. Godzilla’s 0-60 now stands at 2.88 seconds.