The Nissan GT-R will receive a series of updates for the 2013 model year, aimed at improving engine response, high-speed stability and ride, the company has revealed.
The 542bhp 3.8-liter twin-turbo powerplant features new injectors and a new relief valve has been fitted to the turbocharger to suppress the loss of boost. Both are said to improve engine response. A new oil pan baffle helps to maintain pressure and reduce friction.
Modifications have been made to the front dampers, springs and anti-roll bar, lowering the car's center of gravity. Additionally, cam bolts have been installed on the front suspension in the pursuit of camber accuracy and stability during hard cornering.
Nissan's engineers have added reinforcements around the cabin to increase body rigidity and improve suspension control. It says the changes have been employed following lessons learned from the manufacturer's outing at the Nurburgring 24-hour race.
Further information, including performance data, will be announced when the GT-R's creator, Kazutoshi Mizuno, unveils the car later today.