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2020 Nissan GT-R Interior Review

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Interior: 5.7

The 2020 Nissan GT-R has a handsome interior with user-friendly tech features and generous front-seat space. The small rear seats are best used as cargo space. Many critics agree that the cabin materials are mediocre for a car at this price point.

  • "There's an abundance of standard features, but as a whole the interior isn't all that impressive. But it also doesn't require any sports-car sacrifices. The quality of the materials is quite a bit below rivals in this price range." -- Edmunds (2018)
  • "Despite a few uninspiring plastic bits hiding out among the luxury trimmings, the GT-R cabin presents well–and offers decent front-seat head- and legroom for a high-end sports car." -- Consumer Guide (2017)
  • "Technically there are two rear padded spots with seatbelts, but the reality is that they're for occasional use at best, and should really be relegated to carrying extra cargo, since the trunk is on the small side." -- Kelley Blue Book (2017)

Seating

The Nissan GT-R has four seats. Partial leather upholstery and heated front seats are standard. Full leather upholstery and racing-inspired Recaro sport seats are available.

The front seats are spacious enough for taller occupants, and hip-hugging bolsters provide good support, as well as decent comfort for longer road trips. The rear seats, on the other hand, are cramped even for children. These back seats are best used for small-item storage.

For securing child safety seats, the GT-R has two complete sets of LATCH connectors for the rear seats.

  • "Compared to the cabins of other high-performance two-doors, the GT-R's has spacious front-seat headroom, legroom and width. The rear seats, though, are considerably more confining and better suited to small passengers." -- Edmunds (2018)
  • "The cockpit and seats are snug, especially in the Nismo trim. The rear seats are little more than padded storage shelves with seatbelts, which is nice since the GT-R's trunk is also on the small side." -- Kelley Blue Book (2019)
  • "Any discussion of passenger room is really confined to the front seat because even sub-6-footers will need enough seat travel to basically evaporate rear-seat legroom. At least those front-seat denizens will enjoy acceptable leg- and headroom. Despite the low, sloping roof, there's still pretty good over-the-shoulder vision for the driver." -- Consumer Guide (2017)

Interior Features

The 2020 Nissan GT-R comes standard with an 8-inch touch screen, Apple CarPlay, navigation, two USB ports, Bluetooth, an 11-speaker Bose stereo, HD Radio, and satellite radio. Proximity keyless entry, push-button start, dual-zone automatic climate control, a rearview camera, and front and rear parking sensors are also standard.

The GT-R’s touch-screen infotainment system works well, and it’s complemented by physical buttons and knobs for the core audio and climate controls. It just looks a little outdated and commonplace for a car at this price point. A number of class competitors offer additional features like Android Auto, as well as more advanced safety equipment.

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  • "The GT-R's cockpit includes some high-tech features along with many controls that are found in other Nissan vehicles. Fortunately, there's enough distinction to set it apart from, say, a typical Altima. But perhaps there's not enough separation for a $100,000 car." -- Edmunds (2018)
  • "The 2019 GT-R's interior is functional by sports-car standards, but it is beginning to show its age. Unlike newer performance cars with big touch-screen displays and configurable instrument clusters, the GT-R retains a standard analog gauge package and small 8-inch touch screen, the latter used to display just about any data point a driving enthusiast might desire." -- Kelley Blue Book (2019)
  • "An all-new, massive 8-inch multimedia screen is a highlight of the interior redesign, with easy-to-read graphics and intuitive control of media players and radio sources. … The rest of the media and climate controls are simplified, reducing the number of buttons and switches from 27 to 11. Presets and sound sources are now handled via the touchscreen." -- Cars.com (2017)

Cargo

The GT-R has 8.8 cubic feet of trunk space. That’s decent for the luxury sports car class, but the trunk’s small opening and high liftover height make it impractical for loading bulky items.

  • "The 8.8-cubic-foot trunk is enough for everyday cargo needs, but the narrow opening and tall liftover height make it ill-suited for bulkier items." -- Edmunds (2019)
  • "Trunk space is not bad for a car of this size and type but it's hardly voluminous. The hatchlike trunklid has a very high liftover, but the lid itself opens to full vertical to ease the requisite drop-in loading. Rear seats do not fold, so pack light." -- Consumer Guide (2017)
  • "The 8.8 cubic feet of cargo space is actually quite usable – nearly double what's available in the 911's 5.1-cubic-foot front trunk. We easily fit two medium-sized golf bags in the GT-R's trunk. Both cars' backseats can be used for storage, but only the 911's backrests fold flat to provide a flat surface. The GT-R's are fixed, and both the leather and the high center console would be vulnerable to damage from some types of cargo." -- Cars.com (2017)
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