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Japan: 2015 Nissan GT-R goes on sale

November 25, 2014

Nissan has launched the 2015 Nissan GT-R in its home-market of Japan with minor tweaks and updates. The 2015 GT-R features improvements in the driving comfort without any sacrifice in the sportscar’s performance. The new model has enhanced cabin quietness with reduction in vibration. The ride quality also has been improved with recalibrated suspension, claims the company.

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The car also features new four-LED headlights with Adaptive Front lighting System (AFS). AFS automatically changes the angle of the light beam at high speeds. The GT-R’s signature four-ring taillights now form coherent illuminating circles. A major mechanical change is the 4-wheel independent suspension has been tuned for reducing the load fluctuation between the four wheels and is claimed to have provided better handling and grip.

The car is powered by the same 3.8-litre twin-turbo V6 engine mated to a six-speed dual clutch transmission. The engine produces 545 hp and 628 Nm of torque. For performance-enthusiasts, there’s a Track Edition model engineered by Nismo – the company’s in-house tuning brand.

More details are available in the company’s press release below.

Introducing the New GT-R – Press Release

Nov. 25 – Yokohama – The 2015 Nissan GT-R will go on sale today at all Nissan dealerships throughout Japan.

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Since its release in 2007, the Nissan GT-R has been recognized as the world’s foremost high performance super sports car, embodying Nissan’s commitment to “innovation that excites”.

The GT-R’s “multi-performance” character allows the driver to enjoy the full depths of the GT-R’s capabilities, whether navigating corners of a winding mountain road, simply cruising on the open highway or even running errands on neighborhood streets.

Among modifications to the 2014 Nissan GT-R were improvements to the car’s driving comfort – without any sacrifice to its remarkable performance, while the 2015 model takes that mission one step further: Dramatically improving ride quality, while keeping the GT-R one of the best handling cars in the world.

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From low parking lot speeds to the extreme cornering situations of a race track, the 2015 GT-R exhibits better handling stability than ever before, enabling the driver to trace the desired driving line with unmatched precision.

Also, noise and vibration have been significantly reduced to further improve the environment within the GT-R’s cabin.

For drivers who desire even more performance, Nissan has added the Track Edition, engineered by Nismo, a new grade based on the standard model enhanced with Nismo technology.

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