Jet Black 2015 Nissan GT-R NISMO AWD 6-Speed Automatic 3.8L 6-Cylinder Turbocharged Black Artificial Leather.
* Zero to 60 mph in under three seconds, 545 horses powering all four wheels, seating for four, and a top speed of 196 mph. If these stats get your heart racing, the 2015 Nissan GT-R has a good chance of keeping that organ pounding. Source: KBB.com
* Stupefying acceleration; very high handling limits; easy to drive; high-quality interior. Source: Edmunds
* With a handmade Twin Turbo V6 producing an earth-shaking 545hp, it's easy to overlook everything else GT-R has to offer—which is a lot. For 2015, that includes a new recalibrated suspension that reduces load fluctuation between the four wheels, and keeps your wheels tight on the road for a smoother, more sophisticated ride. With the spoiler creating downforce, vents behind the front fender cooling the brakes and creating more downforce, and scoops on the hood and grille everything is designed with performance in mind. Instead of the traditional 50/50 torque split between front and rear axles, the electronically controlled AWD system provides up to 100% of available torque to the rear wheels, and can send up to 50% of torque to the front wheels. The 3 Mode system is what makes GT-R so remarkably versatile, allowing you to adjust transmission, suspension, and VDC settings on the fly. Leather appointed front sport seats help keep you in place, while cutouts in the driver's seat cushion facilitate leg movement. Other trim levels include the Black Edition which features a handmade, dry carbon fiber spoiler and black/red leather Recaro performance seats. The Track Edition features a stiffer suspension with specialized Bilstein Damptronic gas pressure shocks and higher spring rates as well as a lighter load due to the carbon fiber trunk lid. New for 2015 the GT-R Nismo gets more power (595hp and 481 lb-ft of torque), reshaped front and rear fascia, and a larger rear wing. Inside an 11-speaker Bose audio system gives your ride a soundtrack and with the new Active Noise Control technology, a microphone in the ceiling is used to identify undesirable low-frequency engine sounds and neutralizes them with opposite sound waves. Source: The Manufacturer Summary