In 2016 the Nissan GT-R was given a major facelift since it was originally launched nine years ago in 2007. The idea was to make the GT-R easier to live with for everyday use, whilst not compromising on the sporty nature of this coupe. Nissan hoped this would allow the GT-R to compete against rivals such as the Jaguar F-Type Coupe, Mercedes AMG GT and Porsche 911 Turbo S in both design quality and, performance. So is the Nissan GT-R worth the high running costs? Have Nissan hit a home run with the GT-R, or is the interior still cheap to touch? Find out al my thoughts on the Nissan GT-R in this review.
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