The first Nissan GT-R model was in the year 2007. Since that it got a lot more improvement and upgrades. Before this rumors is the new Nissan GT-R will have 560 HP but the news was false because it will only have 542 HP, 12 HP upgrade than the previous model. For 2013, the GT-R will also offer a new “For Track Pack” special edition that adds new high-friction seats, a stiffer suspension, and lighter wheels.
Nissan has mostly focused on improving the car’s performance for the 2013 model year, so the exterior and interior have remain largely unchanged. The changes that did make the cut are mostly for the interior. Nissan has updated the inside of the GTR to create a more sophisticated atmosphere. This was done by adding blue lighting inside the tachometer ring to match the shift position indicator light and exchanging the Bose sound system woofers to Bose Precision Sound System woofers.
The GTR has also received minor changes to its body, but nothing to change the overall look of the vehicle. The vehicle has been reinforced in certain areas around the rear engine compartment and dash panel for more responsive handling and to improve the inter-vehicle detection capability. The inter-vehicle communication was improved by changing the position of the sensor and adding more accurate acceleration sensor. The rear view camera has also been thrown in as standard for this model year.
This will be one of the lightest GT-R models offered due to the fact that it comes in a two-seat configuration: the rear buckets have been removed to save weight and the front seats have been replaced with lighter Recaro racing seats trimmed with blue bolsters in a high-grip fabric.
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