Page 1:Introducing Godzilla, Nissan's 2013 GT-R Black Edition
Page 2:In The GT-R's Driver's Seat
Page 3:The Infotainment System
Page 4:Digital Toys From Polyphony Digital
Page 5:Under Godzilla's Hood: The VR38DETT Motor
Page 6:Getting Power To All Four Wheels
Page 7:Checking Out The Black Edition Package
Page 9:All Of The Tech Is Under The Hood
Checking Out The Black Edition Package
When you step up to the Black Edition package, the most noticeable upgrades show up around the GT-R's exterior. A dry carbon-fiber rear spoiler adorns the car's trunk lid, for starters. This isn’t the $100 wing you find on a modded Honda Civic. It’s not shiny and slippery, but rather matte and smooth. We like the looks of the spoiler; it goes well with our test mule's red paint.
A set of 20” super-lightweight forged alloy RAYS wheels with polished lips complete the Black Edition look. The six-spoke rims do a great job of showing off the GT-R's massive 15-inch rotors and Brembo brake calipers.
Beneath the car are undertrays that improve its aerodynamics. They're composed of plastic panels, and are designed to route cool air to components that need it, while keeping the vehicle's underbelly smooth for improved downforce.
- Introducing Godzilla, Nissan's 2013 GT-R Black Edition
- In The GT-R's Driver's Seat
- The Infotainment System
- Digital Toys From Polyphony Digital
- Under Godzilla's Hood: The VR38DETT Motor
- Getting Power To All Four Wheels
- Checking Out The Black Edition Package
- All Of The Tech Is Under The Hood