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This 2015 Nissan GT-R Premium is a technological masterpiece. And they have taken the time to give it only tasteful upgrades and gone to great lengths to keep it looking great. So while a 190+ MPH supercar is impressive, this low-mileage coupe turns heads even when it's standing still.
Collectability is always a big question when supercar shopping, and this GT-R checks all the right boxes. It doesn't look like there will be a 2022 model year, and so these hand-crafted cars will have a finite number that won't expand. And as they close the books on the modern GT-R, the 2015 model year will have a big chapter. This was the debut of the final most significant chassis upgrade, and so this car re-set the bar for all others to follow. That's why it would be treated with this level of respect and care. This has averaged less than 2,100 miles annually, and while that would already give you plenty of preservation, this one also has a paint protection film safeguarding the front. And this is one of the most awesome color combos around. You have Pearl White paint that combines a timeless color with an added glow. And speaking of timeless, there's a full coordinated contrasting dark side. The chin spoiler, NACA hood ducts, grille, body kit, deeply tinted windows rear valance, and rear spoiler show off plenty of dark appeal. Plus, the black Rohana 20-inch wheels are artfully aggressive. And as beautiful as this is, these GT-Rs will forever be cherished by those who appreciate science. The crisp and clean body lines are all done with purpose so that this car is always in charge of channeling the air.
Where the exterior is white with dark accents, the color theme switches for the interior. Now you have a deep and rich black that has tasteful touches of white on the center console, doors, and rear panel. There's even a custom subwoofer box with the inner panel in pearl white. And just like the exterior, this was engineered with true drivers in mind. Well-bolstered bucket seats, a leather-wrapped sports steering wheel, paddle shifters, and a big tach directly in front of you are the kind of things that make this feel like a competition machine. But this also doesn't miss out on all the best luxury features. Keyless entry/ignition, power seats, power windows, power locks, power steering, cruise control, and dual-zone automatic A/C climate control, are all part of this premium package. And the infotainment system is a modern AM/FM/CD touchscreen unit that runs Bluetooth, a backup camera, and satellite navigation. Of course, this system is really known for delivering a full set of race-ready readouts. Plus, a modern classic has all the best modern safety, including dual front airbags, side airbags, and anti-lock brakes.
The motor is what makes the GT-R so special. The 3.8-liter twin-turbo motor is hand-built by special engineers and even has his tag prominently on the block. Think of this like Mercedes AMG, but with a Japanese level of meticulousness. So these are made in a room clean enough to do surgery. The factory 545 horsepower rating was both conservative, and these are known to be ready for plenty more muscle. So this one also comes with upgraded turbo downpipes and a Cobb Accessport tuner. So while this already had a 0 to 60 mph time that outguns brand new supercars, you have even more control compared to other exotics. The six-speed dual-clutch transmission has Formula One-style paddle shifters for true racecar control, but it can also shift itself when you just need to get through urban traffic. The same goes for the suspension. The all-wheel-drive setup works with the fully independent suspension for the kind of experience that can set records at the Nurburgring. The 2015 car even enhanced the dynamics, but there is still an everyday easy feeling. Plus, There are Brembo four-wheel disc brakes and Michelin Pilot 4S tires for all-around superior grip.
You're looking at a true modern legend, and it's preserved just how you want it. Call today!!!
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