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Making its global debut at the New York International Auto Show this past March, the 2017 Nissan GT-R has been updated with an exciting new look both inside and out, as well as major driving performance enhancements in key areas, including a significantly reinforced chassis and more power from its twin-turbocharged 3.8-liter 24-valve V-6. The new GT-R is also more comfortable than ever, with a new sense of elegance and civility that one would rarely find in such a high-performance super sports car. In all, these revisions represent the most significant changes made to the model since it was introduced in the U.S. as a 2009 model.
How long ago was 2009? Well, the "Fast and the Furious" franchise was only four movies in. Snapchat and Instagram weren't even invented yet, and people were paying $50,000 over sticker for the new Nissan GT-R, which was the hottest thing to come out of the Japan since the spicy tuna roll. 2009 was basically a lifetime ago. But somebody has forgotten to tell Nissan.2018 Nissan GT-R and 370Z Quick Spin Review Nearing retirement age
While the automaker has been busy merging with Renault, buying Mitsubishi, chasing electric-car glory with the Leaf and creating a gaggle of cute crossovers,2018 Nissan GT-R and 370Z Quick Spin Review Nearing retirement age
it has forgotten all about its sports cars. The automaker is still cranking out essentially the same GT-R and the same Z-car it introduced nine years ago. Godzilla and the 370Z's advanced age has not been lost on America's enthusiast. GT-R and 370Z sales have dwindled to laughable levels.
According to Natalie Roe, senior manager, chief marketing manager at Nissan, Americans bought just 3,200 370Zs in the company's last fiscal year, and the GT-R is averaging 40 to 45 sales a month. Roe refused to talk about future product plans or how long both cars can survive at such small volumes. As far as we know, Nissan is still not working on a next-generation GT-R or Z-car. She did, however, talk up both sports cars and the enthusiasts who continue to buy them.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (April 5, 2017) â?? The calendar says 2017, but Nissan is offering a special early preview of the 2018 370Z Coupe Heritage Edition at next weekâ??s New York International Auto Show. The Heritage Edition honors the iconic Nissan sports car as it approaches its 50th anniversary at the end of the decade since its launch under the Datsun brand.
"We see a market there," Roe told us at a recent Nissan press event in Hollywood, which was in connection with the world premiere of "Solo: A Star Wars Story." Coincidence? We think not. "We see huge owner loyalty with these cars," said Roe. "It's our heritage. It's what we're built on. Both cars, especially the Z, have a huge following. There are still people that want them."
In an effort to entice a few more loyalists, this year Nissan created an entry-level version of each. The 2018 Nissan GT-R Pure sits below the Premium, Track and Nismo versions of the all-wheel-drive sports car and stickers for $99,990 before the $1,695 destination charge. That's more than $10,000 less than the Premium model. To get the price down. the Pure does without the Premium's active noise cancellation and active sound enhancement, its Titanium exhaust system or the Bose audio system.
One hundred grand for 565 horsepower once sounded like the deal of the century. But that was, like, nine years ago. Today, Dodge offers more than 700 hp for far less, and the 650-hp Chevrolet Corvette Z06 starts at around $80,000. The 755-hp ZR1 is priced at $119,995.Automotive, ''cars'', Cars.com, new car, Automobile Classics, SuperCarTube, CAR TV, carwow, mat watson, 4k review, Nissan GT-R, acceleration, coupe, sports car, fast cars, Nissan, nissan GTR, Nissan GTR 2018, Nissan GTR 0-60, Nissan GTR launch control, gtr r35, GTR R35 vs, nissan gtr nismo, nissan gtr race, nissan gtr vs porsche, nissan gtr acceleration sound, nissan gtr r34,