Nissan GT-R's has preceded the first major round of changes which include a power increase, suspension upgrades and a new exterior colour. The most significant improvement concerns the GT-R's hand-built 3.8 litre V6 twin-turbo engine which has gained 5PS with some fine tuning of its electronics, gain the power output to 485PS, while torque remains at 588Nm.
The engine upgrades have also led to slightly better fuel economy figures with Nissan announcing average fuel consumption in the Japanese driving cycle of 8.3 km/l instead of 8.2 km/l. In addition, the GT-R's fuel tank capacity increases from 71 litres to to 74 litres due to the fuel consumptions of this super car.
The ride performance is improved with little modifications to the suspension spring rate settings while the 2009 model will also benefit from a set of Dunlop SP Sport 600 DSST tires as well. The Gun Metal Grey on the Rays seven-spoke alloy wheel design for the standard and Premium Edition GT-Rs, while the Black Edition will be fitted with the same design but in black colour.
Besides, potential owner can now choose a new deep white pearl colour which known as 'Storm'. And the new colour replaced the original pearl white which had a slightly darker shade.