Power at your fingertips: Re-designed steering wheel mounted paddle shifters help ensure that a rapid-fire gear change is easily within reach, regardless of steering wheel position.

R-MODE

For maximum performance, R-Mode sets the transmission for the quickest shifts, and adjusts the suspension, shocks and vehicle Dynamic Control for high performance handling.

NORMAL MODE

For daily driving, Normal Mode sets the transmission, suspension, and VDC for smooth, refine ride.

 

SPECIAL MODE

Save Mode is for long-distance driving and gentler torgque delivery on slippery surfaces. Comfort Mode adjusts the damping force of shock absorbers. Off Mode disengages the VDC system.

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TWO CLUTCHES. NO CLUTCH PEDAL.

A lightning-quick shift. Inside Nissan GT-R's six-speed dual-clutch transmission, the clutches work together. When the car is in an odd-numbered gear (1st, 3rd, 5th), the even-numbered gear (2nd, 4th, 6th) is pre-selected and ready to make the shift immediately. The transmission is so smart, it even blips the throttle on downshifts to for smoother gear changes.



FOUR-WHEEL DRIVE

Instead of the traditional 50:50 torque split between front and rear axles, the Nissan GT-R supercar has an electronically controlled Four-Wheel Drive system that provides up to 100% of available torque to the rear wheels, but can send up to 50% of this power to the front wheels if needed. This provides the excellent steering feel and response, with the added confidence that only a Four-Wheel Drive can offer. Additionally, Nissan’s Vehicle Dynamic Control (VDC) continuously monitors your steering and braking, senses any oversteer or understeer, and compensates by reducing engine speed and applying the brakes to specific wheels as required.

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FOUR-WHEEL DRIVE

The average car has exposed working gear underneath, creating lift and drag and slowing you down. The Nissan GT-R, of course, isn’t an average car. Its underbody is covered by composite panels, giving it a flat, aerodynamic surface.

MAKING PERFORMANCE OUT OF THIN AIR

That big spoiler and all those scoops and vents aren’t just there to look cool – they’re all doing something. The spoiler is creating downforce. Those ridges on the air dam and vents on the back bumper are managing air flow towards the rear. The vents behind the front fenders are cooling the brakes and creating more downforce, and the scoops on the bonnet and the signature grille are cooling the engine.

UNDERBODY AERODYNAMICS

At the front of the car, the flat underbody is accelerating the air and channeling it over the brakes, cooling them down. At the back, a carbon-fibre diffuser takes that accelerated air and slows it down, creating a vacuum effect that helps the Nissan GT-R stick to the road, or the track.