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2017 Nissan GT-R: New York Auto Show – Video

It may not look all that different, but there are some big changes to the 2017 Nissan GT-R from last year. The most obvious is an updated front end, keeping with the design of the new Maxima and revised Altima.

But that’s not all. The exhaust has been updated. The wheels have been updated. And this year they’re offering the GT-R in a bold, firey orange hue called blaze metallic.

The GT-R gets even more updates inside. The leather seats are softer and more comfortable. There’s also an updated infotainment screen.

In its 10th year on the market, the 2017 Nissan GT-R now has 585 horsepower, up 20 from last year. We don’t know the 0-60 time, but it’ll probably be 2-something, which is crazy. Then again, so is the price tag, at over $100,000 before options.

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