By the Numbers: How the Nissan GT-R Has Changed

By the Numbers: How the Nissan GT-R Has Changed

2010 Nissan GT-R

After gathering a year of accolades and media attention, the 2010 Nissan GT-R saw a slight bump in performance to 485 hp and 434 lb-ft of torque while the base model now came equipped with slightly darker, smoke finish 20-inch wheels from Rays. The Premium model received a near-black metallic wheel finish and a Pearl White shade was offered for the new model year. The rest of the vehicle remained mostly unchanged, though its suspension was further refined and it received standard front seat- and roof-mounted curtain side-impact supplement air bags. Pricing saw a bump to $81,790 for the Base model while the Premium model was priced from $84,040.

2010 Nissan GT-R

Horsepower: 485 hp (1.04% increase vs 2009)

Torque: 434 lb-ft (0.93% increase vs 2009)

Price: $81,790 (15.44% increase vs 2009, 5.07% increase year-over-year)

  • Connor

    You’re comparing the base model to the base NISMO. Who writes this garbage?

  • Rickers

    It’s not exactly scientific, but it does make a good point. The GT-R is getting EXPENSIVE! Next thing you know it’ll cost $200k.


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