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2014 Nissan GT-R Overview

John Diether
Automotive Editor - March 13, 2014

Nissan’s factory supercar might not be cheap, but it delivers all the performance of stratospherically priced exotics. Whether it’s taking off or rounding corners, the GT-R ranks as one of the most track-worthy cars you can put in your garage.

What's New for 2014

The GT-R’s fuel injectors have been redesigned for snappier response under hard acceleration. The oil pan gets a new baffle to smooth out oil delivery during aggressive driving. The limited-production Track Edition and Midnight Opal Edition make their debut.

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Choosing Your Nissan GT-R

Just about everything that goes into the GT-R is focused on performance. The seats feature faux suede bolsters to hold you still around corners. The navigation screen keeps tabs on things like g-forces and lap times. The all-wheel drive system is designed for high-speed grip, not ski trips.

Of course, all of this would be academic without the 545-horsepower twin-turbo 3.8-liter V6 that takes the GT-R from zero to 60 mph in a breathtaking 3 seconds. It’s ably assisted by a six-speed dual-clutch automated manual transmission, an adjustable suspension, Brembo brakes and high-performance tires on 20-inch wheels. You also get a kid-sized backseat and enough storage space for a weekend away.

For 2014, the GT-R comes in several trim levels:

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It's fine that Nissan refers to the entry-level GT-R as "Premium." With a base price exceeding $100,000, it carries an impressive load of equipment, including xenon headlamps, LED running lights, a rearview camera, keyless access and ignition, a hard drive-based navigation system, and an 11-speaker Bose sound system with streaming audio and 9.4 gigs of storage. The optional Premium Interior Package adds upgraded leather seats and trim, while the Cold Weather Package equips the GT-R with all-season run-flat tires and a revised coolant mix for faster warm-ups. The Super Silver Special Metallic Paint includes hand-polished silver paint with three layers of clearcoat.

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Black Edition

Stepping up the to Black Edition adds around $10,000 to the MSRP and features lightweight black wheels, a carbon fiber rear wing, and Recaro seats in contrasting black and red leather.

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Track Edition

For buyers who will literally take their GT-Rs to the track, the Track Edition includes the Black Edition’s enhancements, plus a firmer suspension, front and rear brake cooing ducts, rear-seat delete and specific interior colors.

Also keep an eye out for the Midnight Opal Edition with special paint treatment, forged aluminum wheels with a hyper-titanium coating, and a dry carbon fiber rear wing.

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CarsDirect Tip

You have to move fast to get your hands on a Track or Midnight Opal Edition. Only 150 Track versions, and a mere 50 Midnight Opals, are headed to the U.S.