|Nissan GT-R Premium Edition '17|
|Appears in||Gran Turismo Sport|
Gran Turismo 7
|Max Power||564 BHP|
|Weight||1,770 kilograms (3,900 lb)|
|Power/Weight Ratio||3.14 kg (6.9 lb) per horsepower|
Seven colors are available for this car:
- Brilliant White Pearl
- Ultimate Metal Silver
- Dark Metal Gray
- Meteor Flake Black Pearl
- Ultimate Shiny Orange
- Vibrant Red
- Aurora Flare Blue Pearl
The Nissan GT-R was announced at the New York International Auto Show in April 2016. For the R35 GT-R, this was the biggest update since its release in 2007. This is a GT-R, a luxury Japanese sports car. When you look at the advancements in detail, you can see the extent to which Nissan has gone to polish the model.
The exterior changes do not just involve looks; they balance air resistance, downforce, and cooling performance at a high level. On the front is Nissan's signature design: the V motion. The rigidity of the engine hood has been raised to suppress deformation at ultra high speeds, and the new front spoiler achieves high levels of downforce.
The interior has also been changed greatly. There is high quality, craftsman stitched leather for the instrument panel. The paddle shift is now fixed to the steering wheel, allowing a higher steering angle from which a driver can shift without letting go, for better control. All the equipment is wrapped around the driver to cater to their every need, from every angle.
The maximum output of the 3.8 L V6 twin turbo engine, built individually and by hand, has been raised to 565 BHP / 6,800 rpm, with a maximum torque of 467 lb-ft (64.6 kgfm). Combined with the improved 6-speed dual clutch transmission, it provides smoother acceleration through mid to high speed ranges. Of course, to be considered the world's best handling car, the cornering performance has also been improved.
This is a car that personifies a Japanese sports car, as can be seen in its 'Deep Evolution'.
This car can be purchased in the Nissan section of Brand Central for 94,770 Credits.
- The price of the car is actually based on the Japanese price of the 2015 Pure Edition model.
- There is a entry for Nissan GT-R Pure edition '15 (with internal name of gtr_pure_15) in the game's car database, but there was nothing else that remained of the older model.
- The 3D model of the car is based on the North American version of the car, as the car features left-hand steering position and imperial units on the speedometer.
- The Lexus LC500 '17 is also based on the North American model.