Japan’s reigning mass-production supercar, just got better. How much better? Let’s just say that even owners of ’09, ’10 and ’11 GT-Rs are likely to be envious of the major improvements from the minor-change 2012 Nissan GT-R.
Kazutoshi Mizuno, the Chief Vehicle Engineer and Chief Vehicle Specialist for the R35 GT-R, said it would take about three years to fulfill the promise of making the R35 GT-R a worldclass supercar after the first R35s rolled off the assembly line in late 2007. With the 2012 Nissan GT-R, Mizuno-san has lived up to his promise with the 2012 Nissan GT-R.
2012 Nissan GT-R is the beginning of a new GT-R Black Edition, bringing a plus of power, some style changes and an improved interior. The performance of the engine has also improved, rising by 45 HP compared to the last year model and the already impressive brakes were also a little bit enlarged. Another thing to notice is the new wheels, seats and interior colors.