Nissan's supercar, the GT-R, is a constant evolution. Little tweaks here and there make it a giant-killer, meaning it competes with (and often defeats) to the household names of the segment. The 545 hp and 463 pound-feet of torque remain, yet the stability has improved and the ride quality has become more refined. There will also be a new Premium Edition trim, and for those with racing aspirations carbon bucket seats from Recaro are available as a factory option.

[via Motor Authority]

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