The 2024 Nissan GT-R arrives with 1 much-needed update, but is it enough?

We’ve all heard the phrase “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it”. This phrase must have been the philosophy that the designers and engineers of the Nissan GT-R have lived by for the past 15 years. We say this because the legendary supercar hasn’t changed much since it hit the market in 2009.

Nissan didn’t completely redesign the GT-R in its lifetime. It has the same chassis, the same all-wheel-drive system and the same twin-turbo V6 engine that it always has. However, the Japanese automaker has finally delivered a much-needed update to the GT-R for the 2024 model year. But is it enough of a change to make enthusiasts want to buy it over an older model?

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