We've showed you just about every angle of the 2009 Nissan GT-R. From spy photos to track video, there isn't much left to see when it comes to the exterior styling of this Nissan super coupe. The interior has been a different story. Although we've snagged some decent shots with long lenses, the details have been hard to make out. This latest spy photo, however, finally gives you a pretty good look at the GT-R's cabin.
The center stack is dominated by a navigation/information screen with unremarkable radio and climate controls slotted below. At the bottom, it looks as though the GT-R has a row of toggle switches, but their function isn’t obvious. Same goes for the extensive array of steering wheel controls. The right side of the wheel appears to have a dial similar to the manettino switch Ferrari uses on its F430 to select various fuel and suspension settings. Then again, it could a really big volume knob. We'll know for sure in about six months time when the 2009 Nissan GT-R debuts at the 2007 Tokyo Auto Show.