New 2024 Nissan GT-R: Interior – The Nissan GT-R has long since left European soil, but its life of harassing supercars continues in other countries. Nissan has revealed the Japanese version of the novel GT-R. However, that phrase comes with an important disclaimer. It’s not brand new, but rather a refreshed version of the previous R35, but the 2024 Nissan GT-R interior got an elevation with its exclusive upgrade. For now, here’s what you’ll find since the unveiling yesterday.
2024 Nissan GT-R Exterior: A Familiar Look
Starting with the base Premium, we see the new front and rear fascias across all trims. The V-motion grille that has graced the GT-hood R’s for the last six years has vanished. The new nose features a large grille opening written in the style of the R34-generation Skyline GT-R, and the entire front bumper has been reshaped for a wider look, complete with a slew of eye-catching hexagonal accessory lights at each corner. Nissan claims that the grille’s mesh structure uses a relatively thin lattice to enhance cooling and drag reduction.
2024 Nissan GT-R Models: T-Spec is back
The rear preserves the quad-exhaust setup but, depending on the model, receives a new bumper design as well. There are now eight options, including the return of T-spec. There are Pure, Black, Premium, Premium T-spec, Track engineered by Nismo, plus T-Spec and a pair of decent Nismo editions. The T-Spec builds on the GT-R Premium and is available in heritage colors known as Millennium Jade and Midnight Purple.
2024 Nissan GT-R Interior: Exclusive Elevation
The 2024 Nissan GT-R interior greets passengers on board with a dashboard design wrapped in Nappa leather and lightweight seats.
The interior of the GT-R T-spec is elevated by exclusive dark Mori Green seat covers throughout, with a combination of semi-aniline and super-soft treatment for the front seats. The T-spec has a distinctive logos on the console as well as kick plates. The GT-R T-spec adds several distinct visual elements to the exterior, including T-spec symbols on the back of the vehicle.
Apple CarPlay®, Nissan navigation system, Bluetooth®, HD Radio, SiriusXM® Radio, SiriusXM® Traffic, and SiriusXM® Travel LinkTM are all standard features of the NissanConnect® infotainment system with an 8-inch multi-touch display. The display also includes GT-R-specific, customizable data web page that shows key vehicle data such as coolant and fuel temperature, transmission gear, g-forces, turbocharger boost, and even a lap timer.
Premium convenience features on the GT-R include a Bose® 11-speaker audio system, Active Noise Cancellation, dual-zone automatic climate control, and heated front seats, on both the front and rear parking sensors.
Dissatisfied with the upgrades? Don’t worry, because several tuning companies will release various mods for the 2024 Nissan GT-R interior or exterior makeovers. For the time being, no tuner has gotten their hands on it, but once they do, you can anticipate it along with a few power upgrades.