Besides announcing updates for regular cars like the Sentra sedan or Frontier pickup, Nissan also announced changes to their supercar-rivaling all-wheel drive speed machine. For the 2015 model year, the GT-R gains a number of upgrades designed to make it more usable.
For example, the chassis has been tuned to reduced load fluctuation between the four wheels, giving better stability. Engineers have also fine-tuned electronic control of the shock-absorber valves and and made a host of other suspension changes to improve the road-holding capabilities of the car.
The 2015 GT-R is now offered as standard with a new Dunlop SP Sport Maxx GT 600 DSST CTT, which its brakes have been tuned for better response during everyday driving.
There are some styling changes as well: LED headlights with Adaptive Front lighting System. The bright shade of red you see in the press photos is also a brand new color, called Gold Flake Red Pearl. It has gold flakes for extra visual impact.
For the full details, check out the press release below.