The Nissan GT-R is a stunning performance car that continues to amaze with the 2016 model. It's now in its seventh year, with Nissan continually refining it and making adjustments to keep it fresh. The GT-R Premium trim got a striking addition of 20-spoke wheels, while a 45th Anniversary Gold Edition was produced in a limited quantity. Regardless whether you opt for either of those or the GT-R Black Edition, the GT-R was engineered to be one of the quickest accelerating supercars out there, making the Bugatti Veyron sweat. Not too shabby from a car that shares a nameplate with the Sentra!
The 2016 Nissan GT-R Is the Stuff Dreams are Made Of
Giving the Veyron a run for its money, for a fraction of the cost.
One of the quickest sports cars on earth, the GT-R goes from zero to 60 in an astonishing 2.7 seconds! (Image courtesy of Nissan)
Powered by a twin-turbocharged V6, the GT-R cranks out 545 ponies. (Image courtesy of Nissan)
Check out the spoiler on this beauty! The handmade dry carbon fiber spoiler is not just for show. Lighter and stiffer, it's making the GT-R incredibly aerodynamic, creating downforce, allowing the GT-R to move swiftly through corners. (Image courtesy of Nissan)
A newly recalibrated suspension on the GT-R reduces the shifting of weight on all four wheels, for a tighter grip on the road that translates into a smoother ride. (Image courtesy of Nissan)
Premium leather sports seats will hug you as you hug the curves on the road. The Red Amber choice gives it a fiery touch. (Image courtesy of Nissan)
The GT-R's cockpit features an instrument panel that surrounds the driver, with centerpiece inspired by the video game Gran Turismo. (Image courtesy of Nissan)
The GT-R sports a hybrid body structure comprised of high-strength steel, die-cast aluminum, carbon fiber and composite materials. (Image courtesy of Nissan)
The Nissan GT-R Nismo cranks out 600 horsepower. It's 3.8-liter V6 is handcrafted from beginning to end by its own "master engine-builder" in a climate-controlled clean room. (Image courtesy of Nissan)
LEDs everywhere make the GT-R look snazzy, and they also self-adjust illumination based on vehicle speed. (Image courtesy of Nissan)
While the GT-R is still cheaper than high-end exotics, its six-figure sticker price puts it well beyond the reach of most. But one can dream. (Image courtesy of Nissan)