Rather than being designed to the demands of aerodynamics, the GT-R sculpts the air to its needs – becoming a force of nature as much as a force to be reckoned with.
Cooling Rear Fascia
The GT-R's rear fascia is extended at the sides to accelerate air away from the back of the bumper, helping to pull hot gases away to cool the exhaust.
Aerodynamic Side Skirts and C-Pillar
The GT-R's side skirts help prevent airflow from being drawn underneath the vehicle. The area around the C-pillar is shaped to reduce turbulence and to help accelerate airflow toward the rear of the body.
Aggressive Front End
Large grille openings allow more cooling air to key components. The front fascia helps direct air around the front wheel wells, reducing drag.