The Japanese people from Nissan officially announced that the 2013 model year GT-R is available now in the European showrooms.
Unveiled at the Los Angeles Auto Show last year, the new GT-R comes with a 3.8-liter V6 powerplant producing 545 horses and 627Nm of torque which makes the 0-100 km/h sprint possible in 2,7 seconds.
The updated Nissan GT-R is able to lap the Nurburgring in 7:18.6 which is more than 3 seconds quicker compared to the previous model.
Other improvements brought by Nissan include new injectors and oil pan baffle, a revised suspension system with better springs and dampers but also a strengthened chassis.
Even so, the new Japanese sports car is able to provide a decent level of comfort thanks to a pair of leather seats, new carbon fiber trim, leather inserts in the door panels and dashboard but also a revised steering wheel.
With this been said, take a visit at your closest Nissan dealership if you are looking forward to get the new GT-R.