The Nissan GT-R Sports Coupe comes in two trims, the Premium and the Black Edition. The premium features a twin turbo 3.8 Liter 530 hp V6 Engine matches with a six speed dual clutch transmission that boasts both automatic and manual modes. It boasts a 2 +2 seating layout, tires of high performance, 20 inch alloy wheels, Brembo brakes, LED running lights, electronically adjustable suspension, automatic xenon headlights, faux suede/leather upholstery, keyless ignition and entry, heated power adjustable front seats, dual zone climate control, Bose CD/MP3 audio system and a hard drive based navigation system.
The Black Edition trim of the Nissan GT-R Sports Coupe comes with the same 3.8 liter twin turbo 530 hp V6 engine and six speed dual clutch transmission. It also adds unique black and red interior, lightweight black wheels and leather Recaro seats. There are few optional features, but there is a free Cold Weather package that offers darket wheels, Dunlop all-season run-flat tires, unique coolant to water ratio for faster engine warmup. Buyers can also get a rearview camera and a super silver paint job.
The Nissan GT-R Sports Coupe come standard with features to ensure the safety of those in the vehicle. These include stability control, antilock Brembo brakes, traction control, front seat side airbags and full length curtain airbags.
Overall, the value to be found in the Nissan GT-R Sports Coupe is one that is not to be had in just any sports car. Buyers will get superior handling, performance that typically only comes from supercars, the luxury of a high-end sedan and the technology that proves this car is upscale and current. If buyers are looking for a daily commuter, this is likely not going to keep them satisfied. It can be noisy and doesn't get the best gas mileage. However, if what they are looking for is an adventurous thrill ride equal to that of a supercar, then the GT-R will more than make them happy. With the standard features, there is little that this luxury sports coupe does not have.