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2015 Nissan Gtr

2015 Nissan Gtr

2015 Nissan Gtr

When it comes to the GT-R, Nissan appears to take its cues from 1950s Detroit. Not that the twin-turbo, all-wheel-drive robo-racer has anything in common with the lead sleds from Motown’s heyday. Rather, we’re fascinated that Nissan has made substantial updates to the GT-R in almost every model year since its 2009 introduction. And since 2015 is a wholly different year than 2014, there’s yet another round of changes for the 2015 Nissan GT-R. This Year is the Year! With all of the perpetual tweaking and tuning over the years—changing the chassis calibration, upping the horsepower, sharpening the steering—we can’t help but wonder if Nissan is struggling to control the monster it created. Does it mean that the Japanese company still hasn’t dialed in the suspension after six years of fiddling? And is this the year Nissan will finally get it right? While the new 2015 Nissan GT-R NISMO gives a shot of growth hormone to the already steroidal Godzilla, the standard (dubbed Premium) model receives a dose of Xanax with a revised suspension that promises both better ride quality and improved grip. There are new spring rates and re-valved dampers, plus a softer front anti-roll bar and bushings. Nissan promised us a more compliant car with previous updates, but this year’s changes are different in that they’re actually perceptible from the driver’s seat. Where the last car followed grooves and ruts in the road like a rail-bound locomotive, this new car tracks free and straight on the highway. With the Bilstein dampers in their Comfort setting, the car rides, well, comfortably. Still the Obstinate, Noisy Beast We Know and (Mostly) Love Not that Godzilla has gone soft. In corners, the 2015 Nissan GT-R is as flat, fast, and fearless as every R35-chassis GT-R that’s come before. That said, Nissan’s claim of increased grip wasn’t detectable on our 300-foot skidpad. We recorded roadholding of 0.95 g, no better than the 2013 GT-R we tested. (the NISMO and the Track Edition GT-R wear NR1-spec tires that elevate grip beyond 1.0 g.) The softer suspension should improve grip on lumpy pavement and in transient maneuvers, but it hasn’t done anything to rectify the GT-R’s pervasive understeer at the limit. The front tires prefer to skate over the pavement even when you lift off the throttle abruptly or brake while cornering. Despite a new Bose active-noise-cancellation system, the GT-R remains a cacaphonous beast. The fat Dunlop tires fill the cabin with the roar of a 600-ton Airbus taking off. The six-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission clunks and clacks like a bowling-ball return spitting out three 17-pounders. The boosted engine alternately sucks and blows with the force of Mega Maid. Shy of donning a pair of Bose noise-canceling headphones, there’s no way to mute a car with this much brute-force engineering. There are no powertrain changes for 2015—not that we’re complaining. The twin-turbo 3.8-liter V-6 makes a heady 545 horsepower and 463 lb-ft of torque. With the aid of the viciously effective launch control, we recorded the blitz to 60 mph in 3.0 seconds. We’ve managed 2.9 seconds in other GT-Rs, but the 11.2-second sprint to 1320 feet makes this 2015 model as quick through the quarter-mile as any GT-R we’ve tested, including the 600-hp 2015 Nissan GT-R NISMO. Better, but What if the Best Is Yet to Come? While we still bemoan the recalcitrant handling behavior, the $103,365 GT-R remains one of the best values extant simply for the raw acceleration and speed it offers. With the additional dimension of a civilized ride, there’s no question that the 2015 edition of the Nissan GT-R is the company’s best execution of the car so far. Now we want to see what next year will bring. View Photos View Photos
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2015 Nissan Gtr

When it comes to the GT-R, Nissan appears to take its cues from 1950s Detroit. Not that the twin-turbo, all-wheel-drive robo-racer has anything in common with the lead sleds from Motown’s heyday. Rather, we’re fascinated that Nissan has made substantial updates to the GT-R in almost every model year since its 2009 introduction. And since 2015 is a wholly different year than 2014, there’s yet another round of changes for the 2015 Nissan GT-R.
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2015 Nissan Gtr

Notable Equipment Standard Equipment The 2015 Nissan GT-R initially arrives in three major trims: Premium, Black and Track. Even the base “Premium” version is loaded, as should be expected with its $103,000 starting price. In addition to blistering performance, that money gets you a coupe with leather-appointed and power-operated front seats, a rear-view monitor, dual-zone climate control, a 7-inch touch-screen nav system, and 11-speaker Bose audio. The Black edition adds Recaro seats and Rays wheels. Track versions have a race-tuned suspension, plus a carbon-fiber trunklid and additional brake cooling. The late-availability Nissan GT-R NISMO edition boasts 600 horsepower, reinforced body structure, further suspension tweaks and other performance upgrades. Optional Equipment Unlike its exotic rivals, the 2015 Nissan GT-R doesn’t go crazy with extras. In fact, just two packages are available, both for the Premium trim. The Cold Weather Package includes all-season tires and special coolant mixture, while the Premium Interior Package has hand-stitched semi-aniline front seats interior treatments.
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2015 Nissan Gtr

Nissan introduced a few updates for the 2015 GT-R, the seventh model year of the car’s first generation. These tweaks include updated headlights and taillights, the addition of an active noise-cancellation system, and a recalibrated suspension for better ride quality. Nissan also launched the 2015 GT-R NISMO, a new addition to the GT-R lineup that offers exceptional racetrack performance.
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2015 Nissan Gtr

2015 Nissan GT-R Details Interior Even the 2015 GT-R’s cabin is performance-minded. Slide into the driver’s seat and you’ll immediately notice the big red start button located just below the gearshift, between the two front leather-appointed seats. The front console has a trio of switches to select ride and handling settings, and when not showing navigation info on its 7-inch screen, the center display relays all manner of data relating to performance, including the torque split between wheels and transmission oil temperature. The Track Edition regains the two small rear seats previously removed to shed weight, but like other GT-R models, they are better at accommodating cargo than people. Exterior At 183.9 inches long, Nissan’s performance coupe isn’t big on paper but has a commanding presence in person. And it’s not all for show. This supercar’s collage of sharp angles, rounded contours and crisp edges give it a 0.26 coefficient of drag that help is slip through the air. Various other bits, such as the GT-R’s enormous front-fender vents, provide front downforce. Staggered-width 20-inch aluminum-alloy wheels further aid the GT-R’s stability. Black Edition models stand out with Rays Wheels and a carbon-fiber spoiler, while the Track Edition boasts a carbon-fiber trunklid to reduce weight.
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2015 Nissan Gtr

While the new 2015 Nissan GT-R NISMO gives a shot of growth hormone to the already steroidal Godzilla, the standard (dubbed Premium) model receives a dose of Xanax with a revised suspension that promises both better ride quality and improved grip. There are new spring rates and re-valved dampers, plus a softer front anti-roll bar and bushings. Nissan promised us a more compliant car with previous updates, but this year’s changes are different in that they’re actually perceptible from the driver’s seat. Where the last car followed grooves and ruts in the road like a rail-bound locomotive, this new car tracks free and straight on the highway. With the Bilstein dampers in their Comfort setting, the car rides, well, comfortably.
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2015 Nissan Gtr

Not that Godzilla has gone soft. In corners, the 2015 Nissan GT-R is as flat, fast, and fearless as every R35-chassis GT-R that’s come before. That said, Nissan’s claim of increased grip wasn’t detectable on our 300-foot skidpad. We recorded roadholding of 0.95 g, no better than the 2013 GT-R we tested. (the NISMO and the Track Edition GT-R wear NR1-spec tires that elevate grip beyond 1.0 g.) The softer suspension should improve grip on lumpy pavement and in transient maneuvers, but it hasn’t done anything to rectify the GT-R’s pervasive understeer at the limit. The front tires prefer to skate over the pavement even when you lift off the throttle abruptly or brake while cornering.
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2015 Nissan Gtr

The 2015 Nissan GT-R initially arrives in three major trims: Premium, Black and Track. Even the base “Premium” version is loaded, as should be expected with its $103,000 starting price. In addition to blistering performance, that money gets you a coupe with leather-appointed and power-operated front seats, a rear-view monitor, dual-zone climate control, a 7-inch touch-screen nav system, and 11-speaker Bose audio. The Black edition adds Recaro seats and Rays wheels. Track versions have a race-tuned suspension, plus a carbon-fiber trunklid and additional brake cooling. The late-availability Nissan GT-R NISMO edition boasts 600 horsepower, reinforced body structure, further suspension tweaks and other performance upgrades.

Standard Equipment The 2015 Nissan GT-R initially arrives in three major trims: Premium, Black and Track. Even the base “Premium” version is loaded, as should be expected with its $103,000 starting price. In addition to blistering performance, that money gets you a coupe with leather-appointed and power-operated front seats, a rear-view monitor, dual-zone climate control, a 7-inch touch-screen nav system, and 11-speaker Bose audio. The Black edition adds Recaro seats and Rays wheels. Track versions have a race-tuned suspension, plus a carbon-fiber trunklid and additional brake cooling. The late-availability Nissan GT-R NISMO edition boasts 600 horsepower, reinforced body structure, further suspension tweaks and other performance upgrades.

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