The 2012 Nissan GT-R makes more power, complemented by a style and some aerodynamic changes on the exterior and some interior changes. A new 2012 Nissan GT-R Black Edition debuts. The MSRP start from $89,950. A new 2012 Nissan GT-R Black Edition adds black lightweight wheels, a leather interior and exclusive black and red Recaro seats. The options are few and a free pack in cold weather (darker wheels Dunlop all-season tires run flat, and a unique relationship with the coolant water to a rapid heating of the motor), a rearview camera and a extra-cost “Super Silver” paint, which has given three coats of clear lacquer and hand polished.
The standard equipment 20-inch tires with alloy performance tires, automatic xenon headlights, LED daytime running lights, Brembo brakes, an electronically adjustable suspension, leather / faux suede upholstery include electrically adjustable front seats, keyless ignition / entry, dual zone climate control and a Bose 11-speaker CD/MP3 audio system with two subwoofers, satellite radio, iPod connectivity and a Bluetooth phone and streaming audio. Also standard is a multifunction configurable by the driver to control information and a hard drive based navigation system with 9.4 gigabytes of available storage for audio, real-time traffic and weather. See also, 2013 Audi Q7 and 2012 Subaru Impreza.
The previous 2012 Nissan GT-R has been one of the most amazing artists that have marked our test track, but the 2012 model positively surprised us in silence. The new 2012 Nissan GT-R reaches 60 mph in just 3.1 seconds – more than half a second quicker than before. The 2012 changes also improve handling, as an explosion of 74.7 mph through our slalom and 1.02 g sticky on our skid pad (previously 71.1 mph and 1.00 g denotes running) with experience.
The navigation screen can be used for a variety of parameters such as G-Force shown in the curves, address entry times, equipment and back. If all this sounds a little funny video, which is a good reason. This interface is by Polyphony Digital, developers of the popular Gran Turismo series for driving simulation games designed.
The 2012 Nissan GT-R really shines in zigzag or racetracks, where the border area with the highest ranked Supercars. The suspension is not affected by speed, so the car tracks on the curves with robotic precision. The steering is so communicative and responding, as we have ever experienced in a four-wheel drive car.