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Nissan satisfied the cries of American buyers in 2009 when it added the twin-turbocharged, 480-horsepower, all-wheel-drive GT-R to U.S. dealer stock. Since its release, Nissan has been working hard to make the GT-R better, as... Read more »

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Nissan's limited-production supercar may not be the most powerful racer you can buy, but nothing can beat it on the street: zero to 60 mph takes just 2.7 seconds. The GT-R began trickling into the U.S. market during 2008, several months after its Japanese launch. It quickly earned the moniker "Godzilla" over here.

Performance has been tweaked over the years, resulting in the stunning acceleration numbers we see on new-for-2014 models. The 3.8-liter twin-turbo V8 responsible for all this madness makes 545 horsepower and is hand-assembled from start to finish by a dedicated master craftsman—the delicate work takes place in a special climate-controlled room at the Nissan factory.

2009 - 2015 Nissan GT-R

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In 2009, Nissan released the much-anticipated GT-R in the U.S. It rolled into showrooms with an aggressive-looking body and signature dual-round taillights. Under the GT-R's hood was a 3.8-liter twin-turbo V6 that produced 473 horsepower and 434 pound-feet of torque through a six-speed dual-clutch transmission. The following year, Nissan bumped the power to 485 horsepower. In 2012 the GT-R hit new heights when Nissan tuned it to 530 horsepower and 448 pound-feet of torque and revised its exterior styling to make it more aerodynamic. Nissan pushed the GT-R harder in 2013, getting the V6 up to 545 horsepower and tuning the transmission for increased performance. For 2014, Nissan tweaked the internals of the engine to give it better mid-range response, but the output remained the same.

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