The GT-R 50th Anniversary Edition might be an appearance package, but Nissan does have some minor performance updates for the full 2020 GT-R line. Horsepower holds steady at 565 for standard models, and 600 in the Track Edition and GT-R Nismo, but the 3.8-liter V6 gains new turbochargers for better low-end response and a five percent increase in engine efficiency. The car’s track-focused R mode is also retuned to provide more aggressive downshifts, and the suspension is tweaked for better stability in the corners as well as a better overall ride. Lastly, a new titanium muffler with burnished blue exhaust tips directs noise at the back.
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