The refreshed 2017 Nissan GT-R will reach select United States dealerships starting mid-July in the form of the Premium version, which kicks off at $111,585.
According to Nissan, the 2017 model year turnover has included an upgrade that makes for “the most significant makeover” of the R35 generation. They claim it to be reworked inside and out and in addition the heart and soul – its biturbo 3.8-liter V6 also has another 20 horsepower for a total of 565 hp. To corroborate the power credentials, the sequential six-speed, dual-clutch transmission is quicker, while the vast majority of styling changes on the outside serve the aerodynamic enhancement purpose as well. The Premium is one of four trim levels available for the 2017 GT-R and has semi-aniline leather available in Amber Red, Ivory, and the new Rakuda Tan hue. Standard specs also include things like the newest NissanConnectSM infotainment system with navigation, mobile apps, and services.
The capacitive touchscreen is now growing to eight inches and the overall practicality should be enhanced due to the reduction of switches from 27 to just 11. The Premium also comes with smartphone compatibility, from where you can remotely lock and unlock the doors, as well as turn on the alarm, activate emergency services, and track the car in the unfortunate case it gets stolen. The prices for the rest of the trim levels will be announced by Nissan in the near future, probably closer to the actual dealership launch.