Upgrades to the GT-R Premium Edition T-Spec include wider (and lighter) raise alloy wheels and a fine-tuned suspension that takes advantage of unsprung weight reduction. Nissan has also revised the car seats with some model-specific stitches.
Designed by Nismo T-Spec, the GT-R Track Edition weighs a few kilograms less than the standard car, thanks to the new carbon fiber roof and boot lid. Both T-Spec cars are available in two new paint colors, Midnight Purple and Millennium Jade.
Both cars are powered by a 3.8-liter V6 petrol engine with a twin-turbocharger, producing 392kW for the premium edition model and 441kW for the truck edition model. Both cars also share the same four-wheel drive system and a 6-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox.
Nissan’s basic strategy of updating cars every year is influenced by the Japanese concept of “Kaizen,” which is loosely interpreted as “change to improvement” or “spirit of improvement.”
However, the 2022 pair is expected to be one of the final versions of the car before it was discontinued.
The revised GT-R is almost on track — Motoringnz
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