2014 Nissan GT-R Review

Since introduced in the United States back in 2008, the GT-R has been continually updated over the years with more power and improved handling and the new 2014 Nissan GT-R come with new features, designs and performances. The new GT-R come with  the GT-R’s well-weighted power steering, driver-adjustable suspension and variable torque-split all-wheel drive (AWD).

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For the Exterior,  2014 Nissan GT-R come with new exterior design, Lightweight Suspension, Precision Built, and Hand-polised Finish.  for the interior the new GT-R offer Leather-appointed seats. leather-appointed front seats are undoubtedly built for performance. 8-way Power-adjustable Driver’s Seat An 8-way power-adjustable driver’s seat ensures that virtually all drivers will be comfortable behind the wheel of a GT-R. Carbon-fiber and Charcoal Brushed-metal Trim The GT-R® interior sports a sleek trim of carbon-fiber and charcoal brushed-metal throughout, highlighting the ergonomic, modern design of the performance cockpit.

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For the features, 2014 Nissan GT-R come with Twin-Turbo V6 Engine and Driver-Tunable Vehicle Dynamics. the GT-R’s hand-built, 545-horsepower turbocharged V6 delivers smooth, quick and predictable responses that make this ultra-fast Nissan easy to live with in town but an absolute rocket when called upon to give max performance. Meanwhile, The 2014 Nissan GT-R Coupe lets you select from several different and distinct ride-compliance, stability-control and transmission-shift program settings, which can transform the car from a high-profile but quite livable urban cruiser into a hard-edged corner-carver that can run with the best-handling cars in the world.

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For another features, 2014 Nissan GT-R offers Custom Performance.The 3 Mode system is what makes GT-R® so remarkably versatile, allowing you to adjust transmission, suspension, and VDC  settings on the fly. Need maximum performance? Switch into R-Mode. Throw it into Normal Mode for everyday driving, and Special Mode for long distances and slippery surfaces.