What is it? A substantially changed and even faster GT-R
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Does anyone really understand the effect of quantitative easing? Well, a £10,000 increase in the price of the Japanese-built Nissan GT-R should tell you all you need to know.
To be fair, you’re getting a vastly improved car for your money. For a start, re-jigged electronics allow the twin-turbo V6 engine to punch harder and faster, and develop an extra 40bhp, pushing the power output to a tyre-torturing 523bhp.
Substantial revisions to the body including enlarged bumper and grille openings and a re-profiled undertray help keep the GT-R pressed to the ground, while recalibrated suspension and a carbon composite anti-roll bar greatly enhance overall rigidity.
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