Nissan USA revealed official pricing of the 2013MY GT-R as it hits the dealerships across America.
The new, revised Nissan GTR is available in two well-equipped models: GT-R Premium, which is the normal model, and GT-R Black Edition. The latter is a sort of tarted-up GTR, featuring special lightweight black forged aluminum RAYS® wheels, unique red and black interior, Recaro leather-appointed seats and new dry carbon fiber rear spoiler.
GT-R Premium / Dual-clutch transmission $96,820 USD
GT-R Black Edition / Dual-clutch transmission $106,320 USD
Both models are powered by the thoroughly upgraded 3.8 liter bi-turbo V6 with 545 hp (versus the previous 530 hp) and torque to 463 lb-ft (versus the previous 448 lb-ft). The engine is hand-assembled in a special clean room and mated to a high-performance 6-speed dual-clutch transmission. The system’s efficiency is also improved, but who cares about that.
The Nissan GT-R suspension has been retuned and adjusted for optimal performance. The vehicle again utilizes a special Bilstein DampTronic system, and the braking system consists of Brembo full-floating cross-drilled rotors, low steel high stiffness brake pads and Brembo monoblock six-piston front and four-piston rear calipers.
As for the equipments and features, new items include an 11-speaker Bose sound system with speakers mounted in rigid aluminum die cast panels, a RearView Monitor, Nissan Navigation System with XM NavTraffic with Real-Time Traffic Information and NavWeatherTM capabilities (XM subscription required, sold separately), and Bluetooth Hands-free Phone System.