One year after its launch, Nissan has revised its latest GT-R. The 2010-2011 model has received improvements to the suspension, sat-nav system and exhaust system.
The satellite navigation display is now HDD-based and includes new data-logging software, which is said to be more user-friendly. Other electronic gizmo's and additions include automatic headlights and speed-sensing windscreen wipers. The new entertainment system features Bluetooth audio connectivity as well, along with USB and iPod ports.
Out on the track, where this car has showed outstanding performance compared to its rivals, the car is said to offer improved ride-quality without compromising performance due to recalibrated shock absorbers and spring rates. The stiffness in the rear suspension radius rods have also been strengthened as well as revised wheel alignment settings.
How does it shape up? Look out for our full review of the changes very soon. We also go for a ride with Toshio Suzuki, the famous Nissan test driver who beat the Porsche 911 Turbo factory lap time around the Nurburgring in the standard GT-R.