2011 Nissan GT-R Features

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Just two options and two accessories are offered on the GT-R for 2010. There's a Cold Weather Package, Special Super Silver Paint, ultra-high-performance tires, and special floor mats.

The previous base model GT-R was eliminated for the 2011 model year, leaving only the Premium model, which gets an iPod interface, heated seats and an upgraded Bose audio system with Music Box hard-drive storage as standard equipment.

Although toys and comforts aren't the point of the 2011 Nissan GT-R, it has plenty of them.

A hard-drive-based navigation system with voice recognition is also standard, as are XM NavTraffic and and NavWeather alerts. Almost all of the car's functions are controlled through the center-mounted 7-inch touchscreen display.

The GT-R’s navigation and gauges deserve special notice. The GT-R’s display allows users to customize those screens, and the automaker even hired designers who worked on the Sony PlayStation's Gran Turismo game to design the interface.

Overall, the GT-R offers a decent equipment list, with some creature comforts that won't make this coupe feel so edgy if you don't want it to.

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