Godzilla gets more powerful (565 horsepower) yet remains civilized for 2017, with Nissan’s halo supercar. The changes we saw at New York are short of a complete overhaul, but are nonetheless significant for this hand-built hauler. A new titanium exhaust system, standard on the GT-R Premium, is accompanied by Active Noise Cancellation to block unwanted noise in the cabin. Further, the GT-R showcases a larger V-motion matte chrome grille and pronounced hood character lines, nicely enhanced by the new Blaze Metallic paint color. Inside, most significant is the switchgear simplification, with buttons reduced from 27 to 11, putting many of the GT-R's less-used options into the 8-inch capacitive touchscreen.
Price: starting at approximately $102,000
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