2013 Nissan GT-R – Updated and Improved

2012 Los Angeles Auto Show will see2013 Nissan GT-R making its world debut. Nissan has already unveiled the specifications for the model and we expect the 2014 GT-R spec to be almost the same as the 2013 JDM-spec GT-R. But that doesn’t mean that we are not going to see any updates.

You will find minor tweaks and updates on the suspension, internal engine and interiors. The unique development process of Nissan GT-R is like taking an incredible step into a new dimension. Get ready for a super high performance form the vehicle that will test not only your own limits but also the models. The updated GT-R is now the second-fastest production car on standard road tires.

Read a comprehensive 2013 Nissan GT-R review here.

Exterior and interiors

The body of 2013 GT-R remains unchanged and is made of carbon, steel and fiber. It is carefully designed with die-cast aluminum to lower the air drag. The super-wide-beam headlights, large hood bulge and the characteristic 4-ring taillights on the sports coupe’s rear make it very easy to recognize. You will also find rear venting and spoiler, rear carbonfiber diffuser as well as included quad exhaust tips. There is a broad color palette for the customers to pick from, Pearl White, Gun Metallic, Gun Metallic, Deep Blue Pearl, Solid Red, just to name a few. In the interiors, you get a redesigned steering wheel, front seats in leather with hand-stitching. You will find red accents on the steering wheel, instrument panel, armrests, door trim and shift knob. The center-mounted tachometer has easy-to-read display information on steering angle, brake pedal pressure, mechanical and driving information, recording function etc.

Engine and performance

Engineers have placed harder-core suspension and more aggressive springs in 2013 Nissan GT-R. The model adopts for a new fuel injection that makes for a higher torque of 4500-6000 rpm and 545 hp. The more innovative3.8-liter double turbo V6 engine offers better performance with lighter weight and reduced friction. Get higher fuel efficiency, better power output and enhanced cooling. The high performance differential oil, is standard. There is a new oil pan baffle installed to steady oil behavior and oil pressure under extreme driving conditions. Avoid excessive CO2 emissions under secondary air management system. The 6-cylinder engine offers an impressive 23 mpg highway and 16 mpg city.

Safety features

2013 Nissan GT-R is brings new levels of performance and technology. Enjoy high end safety features like auto on/off headlights, speed sensitive wipers, NavTraffic, XM NavWeather, that come standard with GT-R. The model is equipped with ignition disable device to prevent the engine if the right manufacturer key is not used. The vehicle has means of detecting unwanted vehicle intrusion. There are Nissan Advanced Air Bag System for the passengers as well as the driver as well as load limiters and front seat belts.

Pros

  • Great looks and drive
  •  Better mileage

Cons

  •  Pricey

Concluding 2013 Nissan GT-R review, you get the message clearly when it comes to performance. The price of GT-R is now on sale and there has been an increase of $2,770 on the last years’ model. The GT-R Black Edition will cost you $109,300 and GT-R Premium will cost $99,590. You will find the use of advanced technology in the durable anti-chip paint, those more supportive side cushion and special slip-resistant leather. The GT-R offers the ideal engine power with 50:50 front-rear weight distributions and offers ideal engine power for a a super high performance. Find a great change starting with the engine with lower airflow resistance and higher efficiency.

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