Nissan shows the latest version of the GT-R at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show. The 2013 Nissan GT-R was unveiled last November and received engine and suspension refinements.

The total output produced by the 3.8 liter twin turbo V6 engine of the Japanese supercar increased 15 horsepower, resulting in a total of 550hp. Similarly, torque has been increased to 627Nm from 607Nm. The transmission and suspension has been upgraded as well.

Other improvements are a special race tuned oils used in differential, body strengthened for even greater handling finesse, ceramic brakes as an option on the Premium Edition and Egoist models.

Nissan GT-R’s aerodynamics were improved in order to increase the downforce and reduce the drag coefficient. A new front fascia with aggressive double rectifier fins and integrated high intensity LED running lights was also added.

The interior has been enhanced by adding blue lighting inside the tachometer ring to match the shift position indicator light giving a more sophisticated atmosphere in the cockpit. A new sound system by Bose improves the inside even more.

Geneva Motor Show 2012

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