6 May 2016

The 2017 Nissan GT-R will receive a raft of improvements, including a 20bhp power increase, a new exhaust and a redesigned interior.

Here, Nissan’s head of sports cars in the UK, James Oliver, talks Autocar through the changes. We’ll review the car late this month, ahead of UK deliveries in late summer.

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6 May 2016
Great job visually both inside and out. Hats off, looks fantastic.

8 May 2016
Hard to believe these are coming up for ten years old.

10 May 2016
Great!,nice gar as per usual,but i always feel that the day to day stuff especially cars like this,don't warn of the BIG bills such as how much tyres cost,how long they last and so on.

Peter Cavellini.

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