One of the most famous Nissan model is GT-R since it always used in a movies to show fast and high performance cars. The new 2014 Nissan GT-R will be nearly identical to the 2013 JDM-spec GT-R. The updates are mostly limited to minor tweaks to the engine’s internals. Despite these minor adjustments, the 2014 GT-R will carry over the same output specifications as it had in 2013. AS we all know, horsepower is only a portion of the equation. You also need to reach the peak-output rpm in an efficient manner, and this is where Nissan made most of its changes – what most people simply refer to a “throttle response.”
For the 2014 model year, the GT-R’s body remains unchanged. Its made from a combination of steel, carbon fiber and die-cast aluminum and is carefully designed to ensure a super-low 0.26 coefficient of drag.
Up front, the GT-R is very easy to recognize due to its large hood bulge, enlarged central air intake, super-wide-beam headlights and its front fenders with the “aero-blades.” The sports coupe’s rear end gets the hallmark four-ring taillights, a functional rear carbon fiber underbody diffuser, rear venting, rear spoiler and integrated quad exhaust tips.
Customers will have to choose from a rather wide color palette that includes: Deep Blue Pearl, Jet Black, Solid Red, Gun Metallic, Pearl White and a limited production 4-stage metallic Super Silver
While the exterior remains pretty much unchanged, the interior brings a few updates for the 2014 model year. An all-new Premium Interior package makes its debut in 2014 and the Black Edition will get a redesigned steering wheel.
The new Premium Interior Package includes: exclusive Red Amber color semi-aniline leather appointments with hand-stitching on the front seats, plus Red Amber accents on the instrument panel, steering wheel, door trim, armrests and shift knob.
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