Nope, Nissan's regular GT-R isn't fast enough. It can't corner hard enough. GT-Rs need to look more aggressive, too, don't you think? The ride isn't stiff enough. And technology.... we need way more innovation.
True, The Good Car Guy completely disagrees with everything said above. But, more power isn't a bad thing. Better handling is nothing to sneeze at. Aggression is a Nissan GT-R trademark. With the Spec V, Nissan has upped the ante. Japanese customers are less than a month away from buying and driving.
Power distinctions will mainly be felt because of a weight drop and aas a result of added punch in the mid-range. Bigger wheels and carbon fiber help on the styling front. Obviously, the suspension is reconfigured. The rear seats disappear, likely the greatest weight-saving measure.
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