2019 Nissan GT-R Model Review

16/22  CITY/HWY
EPA-Estimated MPG
2.9  Sec.
0-60 MPH
2
Doors
4
Seats
8.8  cu ft
Cargo Space

What's New For the 2019 Nissan GT-R Model Review

In 2019, the Nissan GT-R gets more power, improved performance, larger wheels, and a more chiseled, athletic look. The latest GT-R is still based on the same vehicle that debuted in 1969. Since its inception, the GT-R has stood out as one of most powerful and impressive sports cars on the market. In 2019, it gets just enough improvements to keep up with the times without losing its distinct heritage. True to its nature, it remains a track-ready vehicle with a base engine that produces more than 560 HP. The top-level engine generates an even more impressive 600 HP. With this power capacity, the GT-R falls just short of the Porsche 911 in performance capability. From a standstill, the 2019 GT-R reaches 0-60 in less than three seconds. Despite its athletic appearance, the GT-R is surprisingly comfortable, spacious, and luxurious inside. Stepping into the cabin feels like a journey in any luxury car with heated seats, leather seats, and a premium infotainment system.


2019 Nissan GT-R Interior

What are the Available Trims and Features for 2019?

There are four distinct trims of the 2019 GT-R. The base model, called the Pure, offers much in the way of standard features. Its amenities include an eight-inch infotainment screen with Nissan's signature Connect technology. This system features Apple CarPlay, Bluetooth, and navigation. Along with providing instant connectivity, the system is also voice-controlled for convenience. Other standard features include a backup camera, a push-button start with intelligent key access, and front and rear parking sensors that are part of the GT-R's sonar system. Dual-zone climate control and dual 12V power outlets are other notable standard features.

The Premium, which is next on the list, adds a special titanium exhaust system with integrated sound control. This trim level gets a more sophisticated Bose sound system. The attached active sound enhancement feature projects concert-quality sound from the trim level's 11 speakers and subwoofer. The Track Edition adds to the list of standard amenities with a sportier suspension system, 20-inch lightweight black alloy wheels, a black and red interior with contrast stitching, a carbon fiber trunk, and leather seats that are also finished in the trim's signature black and red stitching. The Nismo is the highest-end trim available. A sleeker and more aerodynamic design, which comes in the form of carbon fiber fascias and a carbon rear spoiler, matches its greater engine power. This trim level also features exclusive leather-appointed seats, a leather-wrapped wheel, and a leather-wrapped shift knob.

A Perfect Blend of Power and Fuel Efficiency

2019 Nissan GT-R Exterior FrontThe 2019 GT-R is offered in two engines. The first engine, which is standard on the first three trim levels, is a 3.8L engine with six cylinders and 24 valves. This engine generates a maximum of 565 HP at 6,800 RPM. It also has a torque production of 467 LB-FT at an RPM range of 3,300 to 5,800. The second engine, which is standard only on the Nismo, is also a 3.8L six-cylinder engine. This engine, however, produces even more power with a maximum capacity of 600 HP at 6,800 RPM. The Nismo's engine also has a higher torque production of 481 LB-FT at an RPM range of 3,600 to 5,600 RPM. All-wheel drive is the standard drivetrain with both engines.

Nissan GT-R Safety Features

2019 Nissan GT-R Exterior RearWhile the Nissan GT-R might be known for its performance specs, its safety capabilities should not be overlooked. The latest GT-R is designed to protect occupants from the impact of a collision or rollover with reinforced, energy-absorbing columns, hood buckle creases, and crumple zones in the front and back. The GT-R also has a cabin with plenty of airbags for the front and back seat occupants. A LATCH child seat locking system is another notable safety amenity.

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