We brought you Nissan’s changes to the 2017 GT-R last month. How they’re adding more GT and more R, by adding some luxury features and some improved isolation, along with along with another 20 hp. Nissan has just announced pricing, and to go along with the extras, the price has risen by $15,000 to $125,000 when it arrives in dealers next month.
The price brings some pretty nice extras, though. First is the extra power, bringing the twin-turbo 3.8L V6 up to 565. There’s also a standard lightweight titanium exhaust, a new nose, hood, and bumpers. Inside there is active noise cancellation, increased sound deadening, and acoustic glass to try and make it a little more civilized. The six-speed dual clutch has also been refined, and the dash is new to have a bigger touchscreen and improved user interface. For a full look at the revisions, see our preview.
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