2024 Nissan GT-R Premium T-Spec, Nismo Special Edition Debuts In Japan

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The Nissan GT-R may be old, but it still has some tricks up its sleeve for 2024. The updated model made its debut at the 2023 Tokyo Auto Salon for the Japanese market, bringing changes to the grille, updates to the suspension, and a few new special edition trims that keep the platform. stay front and center.

On the outside, you’d be hard-pressed to spot the difference unless you’re looking straight ahead. The redesigned grille and fascia bring straighter lines and some symmetry to the face of the GT-R. Nissan also says aerodynamic performance is improved, while under the skin, refinements to the platform offer a more comfortable ride with reduced noise and vibration. While it sounds like the GT-R is getting lenient in its old age, Nissan assures us that its 3.8-liter twin-turbocharged V6 is still as powerful as ever, still producing 562 horsepower across the entire range except for the Nismo, which remains stable. at 591 hp.

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