At the 2018 North American International Auto Show, current being held in the U.S., Nissan unveiled its 2018 GT-R.
All 2018 models come standard with Nissan Connect SM, Nissan’s latest infotainment system featuring an eight-inch display and a navigation and audio system with voice recognition. Nissan Connect also allows hands-free operation through your smartphone via Bluetooth, and is compatible with Apple’s CarPlay.
In addition, the 2018 lineup features the addition of the new Pure trim, which can be driven away at the price of US$99,990 (approx. 11,060,000 yen).
Priced at $10,500 less than the Premium trim, the Pure excludes the BOSE 11-speaker audio system, Active Noise Cancellation/Active Sound Enhancement and titanium exhausts featured on the higher end model.
Written by Minoru Moriwaki
(Translated by Masayuki Shikata)