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 |  Mar 14 2014, 9:01 AM

2014 Nissan GT-R

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Following a significant increase in performance for the 2013 model year GT-R, the Japanese automaker continued to tweak the 2014 GT-R with new fuel injectors for enhanced torque response helping improve throttle and acceleration in the sports car’s mid- to high-rpm ranges. An oil pan baffle was also added to stabilize oil behavior and oil pressure under harsh driving conditions. For the 2014 model year, Nissan also added an aluminum nameplate to each engine to signify which technician out of the total four that hand-built the powerplant for that specific vehicle.

A new premium interior was also introduced for the 2014 model year that featured a change in color and stitching for a higher quality look and feel. The Black Edition model’s steering wheel received coordinated red accents for a sportier appearance. The 2014 model year GT-R also introduced the Track Edition model that features a specially tuned suspension, special brake cooling guides, front spoiler with carbon fiber air ducts and a lightweight quilted cloth mat where the rear seats used to be.

The 2014 Nissan GT-R Premium had a starting price of $100,590 while the Black Edition was priced from $110,330. Those looking for the lightweight Track Edition had to be ready to shell out at least $116,710.

2014 Nissan GT-R

Horsepower: 545 hp

Torque: 463 lb-ft

Price: $100,590 (41.98% increase vs 2009, 2.83% 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.