Red hot revamp for

Nissan GT-R

Nissan GT-R, 2017, front, track
Nissan GT-R, 2017, front
Nissan GT-R, 2017, front, action
Nissan GT-R, rear
Nissan GT-R, 2017, side
Nissan GT-R, interior

THE Nissan GT-R has been at the cutting edge of the premium sports car sector since its launch in 2007 - and now the fiery four-seater is getting a red-hot revamp.

Its upgrades comes via dynamic enhancements like a revised chassis and more power from its twin-turbocharged 3.8-litre 24-valve V6 engine plus a slick new look both inside and out.

Nissan says the new GT-R will also be more comfortable than before, with a more sophisticated and premium quality interior.

In the UK the 2017 car will be up for grabs in three grades - Pure, Recaro and Prestige - and prices start from £79,995 for Pure with Recaro from £81,995.

Prestige is either from £82,495 with black touring leather seats or £83,495 with the leather in tan, ivory or red. A Track Edition engineered by performance division NISMO, will also be offered at £91,995.


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