After the iconic 2016 Nissan GT-R with significant enhancements and twenty additional horsepower, the chances continue with 2018 Nissan GTR Pure model. Some of the additions include new Kuro Night Premium Interior Package, Apple Play, and NissanConnectSM with Services and Navigation.
2018 Nissan GT-R US Version is manufactured to be the most affordable among other GT-R trim levels. Differences between Premium and Pure grade include Active Noise Cancellation, Titanium Exhaust System, 11-speaker Bose system, and Active Sound Enhancement system.
The new Nissan GT-R also takes pride of 565 horsepower TwinTurbo 3.8-liter V6. Every unit made by its own technician and delivers 467 pound-feet of torque and 565hp at 6800 rpm. Like the GT-R NISMO, engine knock is reduced while enhancing environmental performance through a more efficient and cleaner fuel burn.
When it comes to its exterior design, the dynamic styling of 2018 Nissan GT-R is both functional and attractive. One of the latest design signatures of Nissan is V-motion grille, which is enlarged to give improved engine cooling and features mesh pattern and matte chrome finish. The hood that features pronounced character lines flow flawlessly from the grille and reinforced to improve stability during high speed driving. Through getting rid of hood deformation, its current design improves aerodynamic performance.
The interior of 2018 Nissan GTR is superb. Its interior delivers unparalleled comfort level, everyday usability, and luxury. Wrapped seamlessly in a continuous hide of high quality Nappa leather, its dashboard adopts horizontal flow, delivering a sense of high stability for the front-seat occupants of the car while the line from instrument cluster to center console to provide distinct great driver environment.
There are also added safety features for the new Nissan GT-R. As of now, there are no updates about its pricing range, yet expected to be available for sale soon.