The 2022 Nissan GT-R, which can produce up to 600 horsepower, is a potent and agile sports car that has earned the name "Godzilla."
However, the GT-R does have a few of advantages. One feature that helps with driving and provides the car a planted feel is the fact that almost all driving is included on every model.
For 2022, Nissan will release a Special Edition GT-R built on the 600-hp NISMO grade. Only a small number of the vehicle will be produced, however Nissan hasn't yet specified how many will be sold in North America.
Nissan somehow manages to charge 6 figures for a vehicle that launched ten years ago for less money and hasn't altered much since.
The twin-turbo 3.8-liter V-6 that comes standard on the 2022 GT-R produces a strong 565 horsepower. It connects to an all-wheel drive system and a six-speed automatic transmission
Free routine maintenance may not seem important to a person who can buy any GT-R, but Nissan doesn't provide it while some competitors do.
Even younger drivers can feel heroic when operating a GT-R thanks to its rapid steering, strong body, and adjustable suspension.
Every GT-R should achieve an estimated 16 mpg in the city and 22 mpg on the highway, according to the EPA.
No Nissan driver-assistance systems are present here, however to be fair, most GT-R competitors also lack most of these kinds of electronics.
The GT-interior R's features spacious front seats, but only little children might feel at ease in the back seats. The inside is tastefully decorated and has many designed to harness.
Every model comes equipped with heated front seats, leather and suede upholstery, and dual-zone climate control.
An 8.0-inch screen that can also be operated with a rotating knob on the console is standard equipment on every 2022 GT-R.
Android Auto is not an option, but Apple CarPlay capability, in-dash mapping, and a Sony audio system are.