Set up a custom view to keep an eye on the engine viewing turbo boost, oil temperature, and pressure.
Monitor acceleration Gs, turbo boost, and throttle position.
Keep track of current and historical fuel economy as well as range.
Ideal for heavy-duty driving. Monitor coolant, oil, and transmission fluid temperatures.
Keep track of chassis dynamics, including cornering and overall Gs, and brake pedal usage.
The factory preset stopwatch is activated by steering wheel controls, so you keep your hands on the wheel.
Navigate any city like a local with an 8.0" color multi-touch screen, with 3D map view for select cities, voice recognition, and easy-to-read graphics.
People to see? Places to be? Just ask Siri.® Equipped with Siri®, Apple CarPlay® brings on board your contacts, favorite audio apps, Apple Maps®, and more. You can even use your steering wheel controls to adjust volume and toggle through screens. Simply plug in your compatible iPhone® and go.
The RearView Monitor helps you see what's directly behind you. Sonar Sensors on all four corners look out for static objects. When you're getting close to a detected object, it will let you know with an audible warning.
In addition to its touch functionality, you can control the 8" touch-screen using the Display Commander. Positioned just behind the gearshift, it lets you toggle up and down, side-to-side, rotate, scroll through, and control your infotainment system, all without the need to look down or touch the display screen.
With available NissanConnect Services, you have a selection of plans and services like customizable alerts and emergency response.
Using the NissanConnect® Services Skill with Amazon Alexa, you can lock and unlock your doors, flash your lights, even remotely start your engine – perfect for bringing your cabin to your preferred temperature – all with the sound of your voice.
Nissan GT-R lets you access NissanConnect Services with your Google Assistant. Just say, "Hey Google, talk to NissanConnect Services" on a compatible smartphone and you'll be able to lock and unlock your doors, flash your lights, start your engine, and more.
Advanced technology reduces unwanted noise and helps you enjoy the thrilling sound of a twin-turbocharged 3.8-L V6 singing through an available handcrafted titanium exhaust.
Designed exclusively for the GT-R, the available 11-speaker Bose® audio system's dual subwoofers sit between the rear seats, employing the trunk as a giant bass enclosure.
There may be times when you'd like to attract less attention to the GT-R's potent exhaust note. A control in the cabin closes a valve inside the available titanium exhaust that significantly reduces outside exhaust volume – ideal in crowded or urban settings.
This advanced body construction combines impact-absorbing structures with a high-strength cabin, which helps provide protection for you and your passengers.
Nissan Advanced Air Bag System includes dual-stage supplemental front air bags with seat belt sensors and an occupant-classification sensor. The inflation rate of these dual-stage air bags adjusts depending on crash severity and seat belt usage.
When it comes to tire pressure, the Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) takes away the guesswork. Using an icon on your dash, the system notifies you when tires aren't properly inflated.
Advanced Vehicle Dynamic Control (VDC) system not only helps you maintain your steered path, in R-Mode, it actually sends more power to the appropriate wheels when it senses oversteer or understeer, helping you drive with superior power and control.
All the power in the world is useless if you can't get any grip. So when TCS senses drive-wheel spin, it responds by helping reduce throttle, which helps you both regain grip and maintain control.
In sudden-braking situations, ABS pumps the brakes quickly to help prevent wheel lockup and help you maintain control.
Electronic Brake force Distribution (EBD) monitors weight distribution and adjusts rear brake force to compensate for added weight from passengers or cargo.
To enhance visibility, the super-wide beam expand illumination toward the sides of the car. The headlights feature four LED units to create an extremely natural light, replicating daylight.
Nissan challenged convention at every point of the Nissan GT-R’s development. Instead of a large, heavy engine thirsty for fuel, the Nissan GT-R is powered by an ideally sized, twin-turbocharged 3.8-L V6 that produces a prodigious 565 hp and equally immense 467 lb-ft of torque. Just as important as the engineering is the actual assembly, which is done by hand by a single master craftsman, whose signature you'll find on a small but prominent plaque.
The cylinder block features a closed deck for strength. For added strength, a ladder frame structure was also adopted to give the crankshaft added support, important with the engine's massive torque. Magnesium alloy was selected for the oil pan and rocker cover for its light weight and strength.
An available titanium exhaust helps ensure proper cooling from the engine's massive output. Notoriously difficult to work with, each exhaust is hand-built by a master craftsman, and is specifically designed for an individual vehicle.
Relentless tuning of the GT-R's aerodynamics creates an incredibly clean Coefficient of Drag of just 0.26 Cd. While you see a substantial, powerful supercar, to the wind, it punches through the air like a low-slung, mid-engine supercar. Pure aerodynamic alchemy.
Downforce adds grip and enhances the feeling of control. Reinforcements to the hood, along with the design of the front spoiler and the side sill extensions, prevent air from being drawn under the vehicle, and help the GT-R consistently apply its downforce.
Cool air is key for performance, especially for the engine and to provide a dense intake charge to feed hungry turbochargers. Increasing the size of the grille by 20% enhances airflow by an appreciable 2%.
The average car has exposed working gear underneath where wind whips around, creating lift, and slowing you down. The Nissan GT-R, of course, isn' t an average car. Its underbody is virtually covered by composite panels, giving it a flat, aerodynamic surface. At the front of the car, the flat underbody is accelerating the air and channeling it over the brakes, cooling them down. At the back, a carbon-fiber diffuser takes that accelerated air and slows it down, creating a vacuum effect that helps the Nissan GT-R connect to the road, while a duct in the diffuser helps cool the available titanium exhaust.
The longer a shift takes, the less time power is being put to the ground. The GT-R's sequential dual-clutch transmission can snap off lightning-quick gear changes in just 0.15 seconds when in R-Mode – almost as quickly as you can blink.
To ensure stable lubrication for the transmission even when cornering at high Gs, a dry sump lubrication system is employed. The system sprays transmission oil directly onto the gears, reducing friction and increasing reliability.
The Nissan GT-R's 6-speed dual-clutch transmission shifts incredibly quickly. How? Inside the transmission, there are separate clutches for the odd (1st, 3rd, 5th) and even (2nd, 4th, 6th) gears. When the car is in an odd-numbered gear, the adjacent even numbered gear is "pre-selected" – ready to make the shift immediately. The transmission is so smart, it even "blips" the throttle on downshifts to match rpm.
The Nissan GT-R's rigid forged aluminum 20" wheels, manufactured by RAYS®, utilize knurling inside the wheels to help keep the tires from slipping around the wheels under heavy acceleration or braking. The wheels feature a machined finish, which provides a high-quality, high-performance look.
The brakes feature 6-piston front and 4-piston rear calipers for stronger, more equal clamping power – something you'd expect to see on an all-out competition machine. For extreme rigidity with light weight, the caliper is machined from a single one-piece "monoblock" of aluminum. The Nissan GT-R also benefits from a full-floating rotor – a racing technology originated by Brembo®. By allowing the outer disc to expand away from the hub underextreme heat, it reduces the tendency of the rotor to warp.
A special Bilstein® DampTronic® driver-adjustable shock absorber system utilizes multiple vehicle information systems to provide appropriate damping forces and a high level of control for a variety of driving situations.
When most supercars stay in the garage or make a hasty retreat, the Nissan GT-R powers through, with one of the most advanced All-Wheel Drive and Vehicle Dynamic Control (VDC) systems ever used in a road car.
Instead of the traditional 50/50 torque split between front and rear axles, the electronically controlled All-Wheel Drive system provides up to nearly 100% of available torque to the rear wheels, and can send up to 50% of torque to the front wheels. This provides the steering feel and response of a rear-wheel drive vehicle, while giving the added confidence that only AWD can offer. Additionally, VDC continuously monitors your steering and braking actions, senses any oversteer or understeer, and compensates by reducing engine speed and/or applying brake pressure to specific wheels.
Nissan GT-R's easy-to-use 3-mode system is always ready. Three switches allow for on-the-fly adjustment of specific performance parameters for the transmission, suspension, and Vehicle Dynamic Control (VDC) system.
R-Mode is for maximum performance. It sets the transmission for the quickest shifts and adjusts the suspension, shocks, and Vehicle Dynamic Control for high-performance handling.
For daily driving, choose Normal Mode, which sets the transmission, suspension, and VDC for a smooth, refined ride.
Use Save Mode for long-distance driving and gentler torque delivery on slippery surfaces. In Comfort Mode, the damping force of the shock absorbers is variably adjusted for more comfort. Off Mode disengages the VDC system.
Carefully crafting each part – thinking of the mind, body, and spirit of the customers who will use their products – is the spirit of the Takumi, a part of Japanese tradition. And that is the human soul in the Nissan GT-R, a supercar that could never be created in a factory that only pursues rationality.
Only five master craftsmen in the world are allowed to hand-assemble the GT-R’s engine and affix a plaque carrying their name.
AS Class drivers – the top development drivers at Nissan – help create a vehicle that would excel at any racetrack, in any kind of weather, in the hands of any level of driver.
Drivers are assigned to a unique aspect of Nissan GT-R's development, including an Autobahn expert, a "Marketability" expert, and "Ringmeisters" who pit the GT-R against the legendary Nürburgring.
Taking GT-R performance to the next level, a unique red and black interior featuring grippy and supportive Recaro® front seats helps hard-wire you to the experience. On the outside, the dry carbon-fiber rear spoiler provides downforce, and is a work of art in its own right.
On the outside, the dry carbon-fiber rear spoiler provides downforce, and is a work of art in its own right.
Raising the bar on the GT-R's incredible handling, the GT-R Track Edition features a NISMO-tuned suspension for competition-bred response and control.
Helping connect you to the road are 6-spoke RAYS® forged-alloy wheels measuring 20" x 10.0" in front and 20" x 10.5" at the rear.
Source: New 2019 Nissan GT-R