The GT-R sits proudly as Nissan's range topper and is a true technology stuffed, 3.8 litre, twin-turbocharged V-6 monster of a supercar. This great car really is ALL about its power and technology innovatively fused together to form a real world beating 2+2 GT tourer. It's truly mighty 565 bhp, six-speed dual-clutch automatic and all-wheel drive, teamed with the latest driver supporting hi-tech, allows the immense power to be enormous fun to experience and control. With rapid steering a rigid, lightweight structure, adjustable suspension and four driving wheels, it enables all drivers to feel like race drivers.
Due to the status and heroic abilities of the GT-R it has earned the apt nickname "Godzilla" as it really is a monster that, when first launched, wreaked havoc among traditional supercar manufacturers by being a fitting competitor straight out of the box, from a car company better known for producing mass market, sensible cars.
A real hero of the PlayStation and Fast and Furious generation the car is stuffed with technology including an instrument cluster that adjusts with the steering column and shift paddles, a centre-stack gauge array reports every conceivable piece of driving and operating data, although it doesn't (yet) display your much increased heart rate.
The seatbacks wrap the driver's in luxury and there's an eight-inch touchscreen with triple control (touchpoints on the screen, buttons adjacent to the display, and a console-mounted controller).The well-designed cockpit is finished in leather and carbon fibre and although a supercar it has a boot to comfortably fit your weekend luggage and even has a number of useful storage spaces.
The exhaust note growls loudly but does not disturb your neighbours there is a switch that can silence some of the exhaust outlets for a few seconds after engine start. The technology continues and the engine growl is not an unpleasant drone inside with Bose noise cancelling and an acoustic barrier built into the windshield.
The technology is far too comprehensive to list here so why not get to try it all for yourself this amazing car costs in excess of £80,000, drive it and you will discover why. Step inside it now by hiring from The Dream Collection.
The New 2017 Nissan GT-R features a new 8-inch touchscreen multi-function display, combined with the latest generation Nissan Connect satellite navigation and entertainment system. Both the driver and the passenger can enjoy the Recaro® sports seats for added comfort.
Facts about Nissan's GT-R
For the source of the Nissan GT-R's bad-boy nickname, look to the monster born of World War II nuclear radiation known as Godzilla after wreaking havoc in 30 films, the name was a natural fit for Nissan's sports coupe.
The GT-R is the world's fastest accelerating production four-seater.
The GT-R is fastest four seat production car around the infamous Nurburgring track.
GT-R engines are hand-built by race engineers.