Nissan has launched the 2015 GT-R at home in Japan where the supercar has received a series of tweaks.

Nissan has launched the 2015 GT-R at home in Japan where the supercar has received a series of tweaks.

Ever since Nissan launched the R35 generation back in 2007 they constantly implemented various updates which have greatly improved the car but the prices have also gone up to reflect the upgrades. Nissan has now revised the JDM GT-R for the 2015 model year which brings modified dampers and ECU providing better cornering stability and steering feel.

In addition, the powertrain management systems along with the flywheel housing bearings have been altered to diminish noise and grant a smoother operation. Nissan's engineers have also developed a new shim structure and pad on the Brembo brakes which should be less noisy while the steering damper has been optimized to enable lower vibrations while the engine is idling.

Even the trunk carpet has gone through some changes to improve sound deadening and there are also modified run-flat Dunlop tires with revised material and inner structure that according to Nissan will improve the GT-R's ride quality as well as its stability on the straight lines and tougher roads.

Lastly, the GT-R Premium can now be optionally configured with split-spoke RAYS alloys featuring a Hyper Blue Black chrome finish.

Nissan has already confirmed one final facelift for the current GT-R R35 is being prepared while the R36 model is expected to come out in the next 3-4 years.

Note: Nissan GT-R US-spec model pictured.

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