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Acceleration: The GT-R’s V6 makes up to 600 horsepower in the GT-R Nismo and Track Edition trim levels. In Edmunds' testing, the base 565-horsepower V6 was good for a 0-60 mph time of just 3.1 seconds.
Handling: With its very capable all-wheel-drive system, the GT-R demands less of the driver while providing supercar levels of performance. Whether on a mountain road or a racetrack, the GT-R can be piloted with ease.
Ride: The adaptive suspension on the Pure and Premium trims does a very good job soaking up bumps in the road, especially in its Comfort setting. It remains sporty, but many cars with this level of performance can be harsh and unforgiving on rough roads.
Dated technology: The dated graphics on the GT-R’s infotainment, lack of Android Auto™ (iPhone owners, rejoice: The GT-R does have Apple CarPlay®), and almost total lack of driver aids make the GT-R feel dated compared to its closest competitors in price and performance.
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All Wheel Drive (4WD/AWD)
F 44.6"/R 26.4"
F 38.1"/R 33.5"
The 2020 Nissan GT-R is available in multiple trims, each with its own estimated fuel economy, here are the EPA estimates for each trim:
Here is what's new for the 2020 Nissan GT-R:
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