Nissan 2020 GT-R

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Nissan 2020 GT-R | Deacon Jones Nissan

When it comes to speed and power, not many can beat the Nissan 2020 GT-R. The 2020 version of this sports car has impressive updates that make it worth the $35,200 extra it costs than the 2019 model – taking the total price to over $200,000. But when you get behind its wheel, you will realize that it’s truly worth every penny.

Here’s a quick look at what you can expect from this super sleek and good-looking 4-seater sports beast designed to give you the thrill of a lifetime.

Available specs

To begin with, let’s look at the GT-R versions available. Starting with the Premium, there is the 50th Anniversary (Bayside Blue), 50th Anniversary (Super Silver QuadCoat), 50th Anniversary (Pearl White TriCoat), Track Edition, and NISMO.

While each of these versions is mind-blowing on its own, if you really want the champion of them all, Deacon Jones Nissan suggests you go with the top-of-the-line GT-R NISMO, which is lighter and more focused and upgraded to the hilt. The Nissan 2020 GT-R gives you superior performance every day of the year – no matter the weather, thanks to its Advanced ATTESA E-TS AWD. So whether it’s a racetrack you are zooming on or a snow-clad road – you can be sure that you are safe and getting the best performance from your sports car.


The exteriors and interiors are baffling in this beauty. The exterior is sculpted beautifully, throwing caution to the wind when it comes to aerodynamics but focusing rather on superior looks. Surprisingly, this works great and makes it a beast to be reckoned with. The interior is a work of extraordinary craftsmanship that will take your breath away. Luxury, intuitive technology, and comfort are the essence of the interiors.


This super-intuitive, super-capable car gives you 565/600 horsepower and 467/481 lb-ft of torque. The new Premium Midship Platform has the engine riding farther into the chassis, which lends it better handling.


Key performance parameters are displayed on multiple easy-to-access screens that are programmable to get the information you desire. This includes vital engine characteristics, lateral acceleration, efficiency, temperature and pressure, chassis dynamics, and a stopwatch/lap timer for when you are racing.

Source: Nissan