Rather than being designed to the demands of aerodynamics, the GT-R sculpts the air to its needs – becoming a force of nature, as much as a force to be reckoned with.
Aggressive front end
Large grille openings allow cooling air to key components. The front fascia shape helps direct air around the front wheel wells, reducing drag.
Side skirts and c-pillar
GT-R’s side skirts help prevent airflow from being drawn underneath the vehicle, allowing for more consistent downforce and grip. The area around the C-pillar reduces turbulence to help accelerate airflow toward the rear of the body.
Extended rear fascia
The GT-R’s rear fascia is extended at the sides to accelerate air away from the back of the bumper, helping to pull hot gases away, cooling the exhaust.
Multi-LED Head lamps
The Nissan GT-R sports efficient, high-intensity, multi-LED headlights that create a distinctive “lightning” motif, generating a striking exterior visual signature.
ICONIC TAIL LAMPS
The Nissan GT-R boasts tail lamps that reach iconic status. They are synonymous with Nissan GT-R, if only for the fact that people are used to seeing them as you leave them in the dust.
Hand-crafted interior design
A tradition of craftsmanship makes the GT-R a supercar that will take your breath away – even when sitting still.
craftsmanship in every detail
The GT-R's air vent was studied, designed and developed by a quality expert to have a feeling of precision every time you use it.
pleasing to the touch
The aluminium bezels surrounding the ventilation controls feature a subtle etching on the outside to enhance their feel.
Hand-selected for its beauty
GT-R's dashboard cover comes from a single Nappa leather hide, hand-selected for tone, and free of even the smallest imperfection.
Semi-aniline leather interior
Available leather interior appointments, semi-aniline leather, and double stitching on the seats are a tactile and visual feast.
Precision at your fingertips
The remote switchgear on GT-R's steering wheel includes a stopwatch/lap timer control – perfect for the track.
The combination uses meshing gears as its motif. The tachometer is placed in the centre, with the large-scale shift indicator on the upper right, supporting the driver with immediate readability when driving on the circuit.