Nissan has unveiled the latest version of its powerful GT-R supercar at the New York International Auto Show.
The Japanese automaker has given it's latest version a new front end, a plusher interior and crammed it full of high-end tech.
The company says the new model represents the most significant changes the GT-R has had since it was first introduced in 2007.
Outwardly, the car has been fitted with an enlarged matte-finish grille designed for better engine cooling and a new bonnet and front bumper for help generate downforce.
Inside the cabin, Nissan has given one of its best-loved motors a thorough makeover. Stitched leather covers the dashboard and instrument panel and Nissan has dropped the number of switches from 27 to 11 around the navigation and audio controls.
That's because an enlarged 8-inch touchscreen now acts like a tablet in the car - letting you change settings via icons on the screen.
Elsewhere, paddle shifts are now mounted to the steering wheel - the benefit being that drivers can switch gears mid-turn without taking their hands off the wheel.
For petrolheads, the MY17 GT-R boasts a 3.8-litre 24-valve twin-turbocharged V8 engine. That's hooked up to a 6-speed dual-clutch transmission.
"We have continued to push its performance boundaries to the outer limits - it’s even more potent than before," said Hiroshi Tamura, the chief product specialist of the GT-R.
And, if you think that subtlety is overrated, the new GT-R comes with a "Katsura Orange" paint option, pictured here.
Nissan has said that pre-orders will open in Europe from April 2016 and the first deliveries are scheduled for autumn.
The new Nissan MY17 GT-R