The 2010 Nissan GT-R marks the second year of production for Nissan's iconic supercar. The GT-R -- that's its real name, there's no Skyline -- had quite a first year on the market, to put it mildly. Between setting racetrack records and ripping off countless sub-4-second dashes to 60 mph, it ran into a reliability issue. One of the secrets to the 2009 GT-R's eye-popping numbers was its launch control system, but it put undue stress on the car's rear-mounted transaxle. Alarmed by the bad press that resulted, Nissan quickly came out with a reprogrammed launch control system designed to limit transaxle stress, a system that can be retrofitted to '09 models and comes standard on every 2010 GT-R.
The 2010 Nissan GT-R Coupe is powered by a 3.8-liter V6 twin-turbocharged with 485 hp. Standard features include 8-way power driver bucket seat, 4-way power passenger bucket seat, bucket rear seats, AM/FM/Satellite radio with CD-player, XM NavTraffic... MORE FEATURES
The 2010 Nissan GT-R Coupe is available in 2 trim levels:
|Nissan GT-R Coupe||$80,790|
|Nissan GT-R Coupe Premium||$83,040|
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