2020 Nissan GT-R Track Edition: Review

© Perry Stern, Automotive Content Experience© Perry Stern, Automotive Content Experience
So Quick
Of course, the shifting and power transference happens in milliseconds with no needed input from the driver. From behind the wheel, all that’s required from the driver is putting the right foot down and holding on. Acceleration is strong and immediate — Nissan says 60 mph comes up in less than 3 seconds, and there’s certainly no reason to doubt this claim. When spiritedly leaving a stoplight, the GT-R is at the speed limit before most other cars have even crossed the intersection.

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