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What’s New on the 2024 Nissan GT-R?


The current generation of the Nissan GT-R was launched all the way back in 2008, but periodic improvements and modifications have kept it fresh and relevant all these years. For 2024, additional changes allow it to remain a very impressive sports car.

A revised appearance and better aerodynamics

The 2024 Nissan GT-R arrives with revisions to the design of its front and rear ends such as a new rear wing and different front and rear bumpers that provide more downforce to improve handling while also keeping the same 0.26 drag coefficient as the previous version. The wing on the NISMO model benefits from almost 10% more area than previously while the front grille uses a thinner mesh design to favour engine cooling and drag reduction.

The return of the T-Spec

The 2024 Nissan GT-R sees the return of the T-Spec model which includes many of the NISMO-specific characteristics on the base of the Premium version. For example, the T-Spec benefits from NISMO carbon-ceramic brakes, gold-painted 20-inch wheels, wider front fenders, and a Vehicle Dynamic Control system that features the same tune as the NISMO version. The GT-R T-Spec also distinguishes itself with its exclusive Nori green leather and suede upholstery as well as two unique paint colours that are inspired by special editions of the previous R34 generation of the GT-R: Millenium Jade and Midnight Purple.

The GT-R NISMO is also treated to its own unique elements such as the NISMO Appearance package which features red accents on the wheels, a new paint colour and a different engine cover design.

The same impressive performance

The 2024 Nissan GT-R continues to be powered by an impressive, hand-assembled, twin-turbocharged 3.8L V6 engine that develops 565 horsepower and 467 lb-ft of torque which is distributed to all four wheels via a standard six-speed dual-clutch transmission and the ATTESA ET-S all-wheel drive system which varies its torque split in response to driving styles and road conditions. The GT-R’s suspension system continues to be one of the most advanced on the market due to its standard Bilstein adaptive shock absorbers that can be adjusted via three different drive modes.