2017 Nissan GTR supercar finally hits the track !

2017 Nissan GTR2017 Nissan GTR is going to mark the 10th year of production for the GTR. It’s no wonder we’re expecting to see something epic to hit the track.

As you know, Nissan never lets its twin-turbocharged sports coupe go long without a respectable upgrade. The restyled 2017 Nissan GTR is no exception and thus, it continues that particular evolution. The 2017 model made its first appearance at the New York Auto Show and needless to say it made more than several fans.

The company’s technological powerhouse will arrive at dealers this summer. The 2017 Nissan GTR will we capable of producing 565 HP, which is 20 hp more than the 2016 model. In addition, Nissan also goes for a 4 lb-ft upgrade; meaning this model will make 467 pound-feet of torque.

2017 Nissan GTR – more comfort, more power and way faster

2017 Nissan GTRThe GTR’s turbos in the 2017 Nissan GTR will have more boost to get the extra grunt out of the engine. Moreover, each cylinder will have an individual ignition-timing control. It seems that the 3.8-liter twin-turbo V6 isn’t something that should be underestimated. Fortunately, that’s not all that Nissan has to offer. Namely, we’ll see Active Sound Enhancement that is ought to make the power-plant sound better. A six-speed dual-clutch gearbox will continue to send power to the real and from axles and we’ll also see new titanium exhaust.

The 2017 Nissan GTR is to provide more comfortable long trips, according to the company. They re-tuned the suspension so, it should offer a smoother ride. The body structure is more rigid in this model; plus, Active Noise Cancellation and an acoustic glass windshield mean quieter cruising.

2017 Nissan GTRThe interior of the 2017 Nissan GTR makes the car way more luxurious that the previous models. Looking inside this car, you’ll find lighter front seats, Nappa leather for the dashboard and new side bolsters. However, that’s what you’ll notice only at first sight. Nissan also moves the shift paddles to the steering wheel, adds an inch larger infotainment display and combines the audio and navigation controls into a single unit. Well, let’s see how all those changes feel like in practice! 2017 Nissan GTR Video below! Enjoy