Tuesday, 19 October 2010 12:00 AM
Automotive brutality just got even more brutal - behold the 2011 Nissan GT-R. More power, more performance, and more pounds and pence. £69,950 OTR, to be exact, and available to order now from Nissan High Performance Centres.
But what better way to spend seventy-grand? Power is up to 523bhp, but with cleaner emissions, thanks to modifications to the exhaust catalyst and ECU. Fuel economy, but we unsure by how much at this point, is also improved due to tinkering in the turbo boost pressure, valve timing and engine breathing departments.
There are yet more tweaks to be found over that bruising bodywork and inside the focused yet luxurious interior, in fact a whole host of developments to evolve the mighty GT-R further since its launch in October 2007.
This development takes place under the theme of "world's best multi-performance and pleasure of responsive driving". We're not sure if something was lost in translation here, but all we really need to know is that the incredibly capable and accessible supercar just got even better. Ferraris tread in fear.