More grunt, new face for GT-R

The updated Nissan GT-R will be even faster, better equipped and more brutal than ever. An increase in turbo pressure and changes to the ignition timing have boosted grunt by 15kW/4Nm, meaning the 3.8-litre twin-turbo V6 now churns out 419kW/632Nm. Visual changes are minor, but include a mesh-patterned ‘V-motion’ grille and revised bumpers front and rear. Inside, the cabin has been luxed up with hand-stitched leather.

The GT-R will be offered in local showrooms from September, with a Nismo-engineered Track Edition to follow. er. s