The quick 0 to 60 speed makes it a very fun car.
When it comes to the gt-r, Nissan appears to take its cues from 1950s Detroit. Not that the twin-turbo, all-wheel-drive robo-racer has anything in common with the lead sleds from Motown's heyday. Rather, we're fascinated that Nissan has made substantial updates to the gt-r in almost every model year since its 2009 introduction. And since 2015 is a wholly different year than 2014, there’s yet another round of changes for the 2015 Nissan gt-r.