The new slightly updated Nissan GT-R has gone on sale in America as a 2011 model and the company released its official MSRP. This year the GT-R comes in just one Premium trim level with a base price of $84,060 USD. The car features some subtle visual tweaks plus a few adjustments for the chassis and suspension and also upgraded equipments.
As for the looks, it gets slightly darker wheel center caps, double clear coat on the front and rear fascias and the addition of rear cooling ducts to improve cooling performance around the rear floor area.
The power comes from the same amazing 3.8 liter twin-charged V6 which puts out 485 hp and is mated to a 6-speed, dual-clutch transmission.
The suspension has been retuned and the rear bushing strengthened to enhance ride comfort while still maintaining the GT-R’s outstanding handling. In addition, auto on/off headlights and speed-sensitive windshield wipers are now standard, along with a USB iPod interface, Streaming Audio via Bluetooth and DVD playback. The navigation system now includes XM NavTraffic and NavWeather capability.
MSRP for 2011 Nissan GT-R in America: $84,060 USD
Three options and one accessory are available for the 2011 GT-R: Cold Weather Package (no charge); special Super Silver paint ($3,000); Ultra-High Performance Tire Package (no charge); and carpeted GT-R logo floor mats ($280).