Supercars aren't often easy on the gas card, but the Nissan GT-R's fuel economy is nowhere near as low as it could be.
No one's measuring gas mileage at its 200-mph top speed, of course. But the GT-R's fuel economy even on the EPA cycle is in the welcome range, in the same bandwidth as a Porsche 911 Turbo.
Gas mileage is great, when you consider the Nissan GT-R's 200-mph top speed.
According to the EPA, the GT-R earns 16 miles per gallon city, and 23 miles per gallon highway, an increase from the 15/21 mpg it posted in 2012. It's still not quite as good as a standard Porsche 911 or Chevy Corvette--they reach up to the upper 20s. But if you can keep your right foot under control, it's probably more efficient with its turbo V-6 than a comparable V-8 or V-12 model.