The Nissan GT-R is a car that needs little introduction. A unique blend of precision Japanese engineering, design, and performance, the GT-R was one of the first tech-laden supercars to impress. It remains in production today, the basic design and powertrain proving to be as relevant today as it was when first introduced in 2007. A spiritual descendant from the Skyline GT-R, the R35 is still adored by fans of JDM performance today. One look at the featured car and you’ll know there’s more to it than meets the eye. This 2013 Nissan GT-R Black Edition features many tasteful and carefully selected modifications. Garage-kept, with a clean Carfax, and 31,000 miles, this Nissan GT-R Black Edition has a lot to offer any potential buyer.
The GT-R features an intentionally-unique Japanese-inspired design, crafted to evoke memories of giant Gundam robots. The result is a shape that, even thirteen years later, stays fresh and unique in the sports car space. This Nissan GT-R features the red and black interior offered on the Black Edition. It also includes the specially-commissioned Recaro racing seats that were unique to this special edition. This car’s 20” Advan wheels have been custom painted, while the GT-R also sports a subtle new lip from Seibon Carbon.
The Nissan GT-R features a 3.8-liter V6 engine with twin turbochargers. The 2013 edition’s stock figures were 545hp with 463 lb-ft of torque, however, this particular example features some carefully curated additions under the hood. This car features K&N air filters, a Speed by Design Mid-Pipe, Speed by Design Catback Exhaust, and 1050 Bosch injectors. It also features a Cobb Accessport with tuning by Tim Bailey of Cobb. It allows fast ECU flashing, map switching on-the-fly, and real-time tuning.