The Nissan GT-R is a car that really needs no explanation.
When it first came out in 2007, it unleashed a can of whoop-ass on the supercar segment by performing nearly just as well if not better than cars nearly twice its price. It also has a legendary history from being the latest and greatest rendition of what was once the famous Nissan Skyline GT-R from the past several decades.
However, over time, as its competitors have grown to be faster, newer and better than the original GT-R, Nissan had to adapt, adding more and more to the GT-R to make it faster and as a result, it became more expensive.
The 2015 Nissan GT-R marks the eight year that it’s being produced and a successor is still said to be quite a distance away in years. So, does the GT-R still have what it takes to stay relevant, despite aging?
Find out from Mike Musto at AutoNation.