The touchscreen in Nissan’s new $70,000, 480-horsepower GT-R sports car does more than show you the fastest route to the shopping mall—it makes you a better driver. The system logs data such as steering angle and G-force so performance freaks can squeeze the very most out of the car. And a gearshift map shows when to shift for optimal fuel efficiency.

The snazzy graphics come from game developer Polyphony Digital, the studio that created the Sony PlayStation driving-game series Gran Turismo. Just remember, there are no do-overs if you crash.

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Four customizable screens let gearheads access key stats like acceleration and turbo boost pressure. The system records all data so you can identify trends in your driving.