The 2023 Nissan GTR or 2023 Nissan GT-R is a high-performance sports car and grand-touring produced by Nissan. The 2023 Nissan GTR is a powerful and durable sports car nicknamed the Godzilla. Inside, the age of the Nissan GT-R will be much clearer, with a more outdated design and less market-oriented Nissan models. The 2023 GT-R has a few things to do with it, first of all, the all-wheel drive is standard on every model, it helps to drive and gives the car a confident, confident feel.
Nissan will release the Special Edition model of the 2023 GT-R, based on the 600-horsepower NISMO trim. The car will only be sold in limited quantities, although Nissan has yet to say how much will come to North America. The Special Edition models feature unique black-painted 20-inch wheels with red accents, a carbon fiber hood, and a special Stealth Gray exterior paint color. The 2021 Nissan GT-R can accelerate from zero to 100 miles in just three seconds, and its top speed is 205 miles per hour. These figures are roughly equal to the Acura NSX and Audi R8, as well as the cheaper Chevrolet Corvette Stingray.
The Porsche 911 outperforms the Nissan GT-R in many areas. The Porsche 911 feels more agile and useful when driving on winding roads, and its suspension allows for smoother walking on a daily basis. The Porsche has a wider variety of engine options to choose from, many of which have more power than the GT-R. Its four-seater interior has a high-quality look and is presented in several body styles and with more active safety features. The 911 is, albeit not so much, superior to the GT-R in terms of starting price.
2023 Nissan GTR : Interior
The 2023 Nissan GT-R has a clean and minimalist interior. Most surfaces have a dark appearance and are covered with soft plastic and synthetic leather coatings. Appearance and feel are high, but not quite luxurious, especially next to competitors like the BMW 8 Series and Porsche 911. The Nissan GT-R has a standard 8-inch touch screen. This display responds quickly to inputs and its menu structure is simple.
Nissan GTR comes with a few buttons and buttons on the dashboard for basic audio and climate control, so you don’t have to rely on a touch screen for every function. Best of all, it supports Apple CarPlay, which allows users to integrate the iPhone interface. Various useful track-oriented indicators such as oil and coolant temperature, torque distribution, G-power, and turbocharger boost pressure can also be displayed.
2023 Nissan GTR : Engine
The Nissan 2023 GTR will be offered with two engine variants. The GT-R Premium has two turbocharged V6 engines with 565 horsepower, while the GT-R Nismo has an improved version of this engine with 600 horsepower. Both are mated to a six-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission and a four-wheel drive. The difference in power is insignificant. Both GT-R models accelerate with slingshot efficiency from zero to 60 mph in just three seconds, and that power is always available, partly due to the dual-clutch transmission and its fast gear changes. The transmission is mounted on its own devices, the throttle reaction is a bit slower, but it is very suitable for daily driving. The Nissan GT-R gets 16 mpg rated by the EPA in the city and 22 mpg on the highway. It’s lower than the average for the luxury sports car class, but it’s still on par with high-horsepower competitors like the Chevrolet Corvette and Mercedes-AMG GT.
2023 Nissan GTR : Safety
The Nissan GT-R comes with a three-year / 36,000-mile limited warranty and a five-year / 60,000-mile power transmission warranty. Neither the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration nor the Traffic Safety Insurance Institute has tested the 2021 GT-R in an accident, is very common for high-end luxury cars. 2023 Nissan GTR standard advanced safety features a rearview camera, front, and rear stop sensor,