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Nissan GT-R
STATUS: Minor updates for 2020 - Since its debut for the 2009 model year, Nissan's six-figure sports car has undergone almost constant change incremental change. Most recently, "Godzilla" - as fans affectionately call the GT-R - got new turbochargers for its 565-horsepower 3.8-liter V-6. Nissan says they improve low-rpm response, which especially helps out when entering and exiting corners. The GT-R's six-speed paddle-shift transmission has also come in for refinement, as have the steering and suspension. Lastly, a new power brake booster is designed to improve braking response and "feel." The base GT-R Premium and Track trims return for 2020, with the latter using the same 600-horsepower engine as the GT-R Nismo. For 2020 a 50th Anniversary Edition is added to the lineup and features special paint (with racing stripes) and trim. The $200,000-plus GTR-NISMO's new carbon-fiber bumpers, fenders, hood, roof and trunk save 23 pounds. Other lighter-weight NISMO pieces shave another 44 pounds.
Base price (incl. destination): $115,250; $212,450 (NISMO)
Type: Two-door coupe
Engine (h.p.): 3.8-liter V-6, twin-turbocharged (565/600, NISMO)
Transmission: Six-speed paddle-shift automated manual
Layout: Front-engine, all-wheel-drive
Base MPG (city/highway/combined): 16/22/18
Base weight (lb.): 3,930

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