The 2014 Nissan GT-R is a high performance sport Coupe with 2+2 seating layout. 2014 Nissan GT-R is offered in Premium, the Black Edition with two levels of Track Edition trim. The Premium trim level comes standard with 20-inch wheels and variety are synonymous with high-performance tires, LED running lights, Brembo brakes, automatic xenon headlights, rear-view camera, a computer-suspension Adjustable, leather/faux Suede Upholstery, heated power-Adjustable two-zone automatic climate control and 11-speaker audio system Bose CD player, satellite radio, iPod and Bluetooth phone connection and audio stream front seats, key-less ignition / entry. Also standard is a multifunction information monitor and a hard-drive-based navigation system with traffic and weather in real-time and 9.4 gigabytes available for audio digital storage. An optional Premium Interior package adds improved color Upholstery.
The Black Edition features lightweight black wheels, a wing carbon-fiber rear, a unique red black interior with leather Recaro seats. The options are few and include no-cost Cold Weather package for the Premium trim level and some of the costs of the “Super Silver” paint job has been given a three-stone, clear coat and then polished by hand. The Track Edition is equipped as Black Edition, but you go up to the race-ready car with even firmer suspension tuning, front brake rear cooling ducts, and rear-seat delete for reduced weight.
2014 Nissan GT-R Interior
The interior of the 2014 Nissan GT-R is designed to convey the idea of the technology and application. The front seats have prominent bolsters and inserts faux Suede hold occupants in place during high-G maneuvers, but they continue to feel comfortable when he drove away. The Track Edition features special seats blue-trimmed front has a special leather and fabric appointments. The interior is well-built, with plenty of soft-touch materials, and most of the controls have a good solid feel.
2014 Nissan GT-R navigation screen can display various parameters, such as g-force when cornering, steering input, gear position and lap times. If this all sounds a bit like a video game, there is a good reason. The interface has been designed by Polyphony Digital, the engineers of the popular Gran Turismo series of driving simulation video games.
Getting in and out of the GT-R does not require special skills or contorted positions, which is the difference that sets it apart from most of the high-performance, exotics low-slung. I make seats very small and difficult to access, but adequate child-size passengers and make the GT-R more family-friendly than the typical exotic. It is in this space body type of the car, and the source of deep storage can accommodate up to 8.8 meters of the vehicle.
2014 Nissan GT-R Engine
The 2014 Nissan GT-R is powered by a twin-turbocharged 3.8-liter V6 engine that generates 545 hp and 463 pound-feet of torque. A six-speed automatic two-bit manual transmission routes power to the ground through an advanced all-wheel-drive system. Any measure of performance recordings, the GT-R is simply amazing. Rocketing 60 Mph is a scant 3.1-second test. EPA fuel economy estimates are pretty impressive for an exotic sport Coupe, with ratings of 16 MPG city/23 MPG highway and 19 MPG combined.
2014 Nissan GT-R Safety
Standard safety features on the GT-R include anti-lock brakes, control stability and control traction, front-seat side airbag and full-length side curtain airbag. In a previous arrest for testing GT-R, we recorded a best 60-0-Mph stopping distance of 98 feet, which includes a short distance ever recorded.