A few months ago, Nissan has officially unveiled the 2017 GT-R facelift. Now, the Japanese car manufacturer is offering the details and the pictures with the mighty 2017 GT-R Nismo. 

The car was showcased during the 24-hour Nürburgring endurance race and features a few exterior modifications, some extensive interior changes and no technical modifications. As a result, the V6 3.8 liter twin-turbo engine will deliver 600 horsepower at 6.500 rpm and 652 Nm peak of torque.

Inside the cabin, the dashboard has been redesign. We see an updated steering wheel wrapped in Alcantara, some NISMO-exclusive leather-wrapped Recaro seats with red synthetic suede inserts and a new layout for the center console. The 2017 Nissan GT-R Nismo facelift has a more simplified center console. The physical switches have been reduced from 27 to 11. 

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IN addition, the infotainment system features an 8 inch touchscreen display with bigger icons. On the technical side, Nissan has modified the shock absorbers, stabilizers, and springs to improve the 2017 GT-R’s handling. 

Source: Nissan