2013 Nissan GT-R
2013 Nissan GT-R has better improvement than the previous year model. As usual, this model always gets better with some new improvements, in performance or design. The previous model comes with twin-turbocharged 3.8L V6 engine that can produce 542 hp. Although the 2013 model is not deliver 560 hp as expected before, but the torque is really impressive, which is 466 lb-ft of torque. Beside of that, there are also other improvements that will give you a desire to purchase this car.
2013 Nissan GT-R Performance and Design
The GT-R Premium Edition and EGOIST will also be offered with NCCB (Nissan Carbon Ceramic Brakes) that help accentuate the car’s agile road hold and supple ride feel.
“We have a car that has the potential to go from 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) in under 3 seconds, lap the Nurburgring in less than 7 minutes 20 seconds, and cruise at speeds of 300 kilometers per hour,” said Chief Vehicle Engineer Kazutoshi Mizuno, speaking trackside at Sugo. “But what marks out the GT-R today is that you can drive it on the autobahn at speeds like that with a degree of comfort.”
After its official launch in November 2011, the new GT-R managed to score a new record: it made the sprint from 0 to 60 mph in just 2.72 seconds. This is a considerable increase over the previous year’s 3.5 seconds.
Actually, if you want do 2013 Nissan GT R compare, there is no a big change for exterior and interior of this car with the previous year model because Nissan has only focused to improve the performance. However, the interior has a quite different look that makes more sophisticated. Some added and exchanged components are done like the blue lighting inside the tachometer ring and Bose Precision Sound System woofers. These components give what “sophisticated atmosphere” thing exists inside of this car.
For the exterior, 2013 Nissan GT-R doesn’t have major changes too. The dash panel and rear engine compartment has been added to make this car more responsive in handling and improve the detection of inter-vehicle capability. The “For Track Pack” feature is the new feature for 2013 model. This feature has lightweight six-spoke RAYS alloy wheels and gloss black paint in centers. Addition cooling ducts are added for new wheels. This year model is also to be the lightest GT-R models since it comes in a two-seat design.
This car will be on sale on November 24 in Japan, early 2012 in all of Europe and American market. The 2013 Nissan GT R price starts at £74,450. If customers want the cars with additional Track Pack feature, they need to pay extra price of £10,000, so the grand total is £84,450. For the US area, there are two models offered, which are GT-R Premium ($96,820) and GT-R Black Edition ($106,320). Many people are impressed with this 2013 Nissan GT-R.