It’s no secret that the Nissan Rogue has been a hot seller for a few years now.
While its successor, the Nissan GT-R, has been available for nearly a decade, it has been the subject of a lot of debate.
The Rogue is still available with the new and improved 5.0L V6 engine, but we are starting to see some significant changes.
The exterior design has changed a bit too.
Gone is the “vintage” blue and gold styling and instead, the interior is now made up of black leather and a soft-touch material.
The interior is also being updated to a slightly different material, which is now a soft touch finish, allowing for more natural curves to the dashboard and steering wheel.
Inside, the cabin has been redesigned to match the new interior.
This has included a new instrument cluster, a rearview camera, and a new audio system with a built-in amplifier.
The Rogue’s seats also get a new look, with a more premium feel, new leather seating, and more powerful audio.
The new GT-Rs are available now with a 5.5L V8 engine, which means they now have a claimed 300 horsepower.
That figure is based on the current GT-S and GT-L models.
The GT-G and GT.
R, meanwhile, have 295 and 290 horsepower.
Both the new GT models and the GT.
Rs are still powered by the same 6.2-liter V6, but Nissan has updated the engine to have a 6.4L turbo.
This means that the GT-H, GT-P, and GTR models have now been upgraded to 6.5 liters of displacement.
Nissan also added a turbocharger to the 6.6L V12 engine, and the engine is now rated at 6,500 rpm.
This means the GT and GT models now have around a third of the power available in the current models.
And it means they have more torque and torque-to-weight ratio, which should help the new models reach more of a competitive level.
But the big news is that both the GT models, the GTG and the P, now have all-wheel drive, which increases the range of the cars.
This is an important feature, as this makes them much more capable than the previous generation of vehicles.
There are also new safety features, including lane departure warning, blind spot monitoring, and forward collision warning.
These are available only in the GTs and GTG models, and will be offered with a rear camera and cruise control.
There is also a new and unique steering wheel design, with an additional “V” shaped control bar that is used for steering.
It’s called the Active Assist Wheel, and it helps the driver to better manage the vehicle’s speed.
The steering wheel is also now lighter, making it easier to use.
The steering wheel and active assist wheel will be available with both the 2018 and 2019 GT models.
The 2018 GT has a six-speed manual transmission, while the 2019 GT is a six in a four-wheel-drive package.
The updated Rogue is now available with a 6,800-rpm V8.
This should help it reach up to 310 mph in a mere 7.2 seconds.
It will be interesting to see how much of a bump the new engine will offer the 2019 models.
As we mentioned earlier, the 2018 GT is available now, while both the 2019 and 2020 models are available in 2018 and 2020 versions.
Both of the 2018 models come standard with Nissan’s Intelligent Drive system.
This includes a suite of driver-assist features, such as automatic parking, adaptive cruise control, lane keeping assist, and even lane departure alerts.
The 2018 GT comes with the Active Assist Wheel, but it is only available with this system.
Nissan has said that the new Active Assist System will be rolled out on the 2019 model in the third quarter.