The two GT350 trims are relatively similar in many ways, with the same 5.2-liter V8 engine and only a single hp separating them. They also get much of the same equipment, with fabric-upholstered Recaro seats, dual-zone climate control, the same Sync 3 infotainment system, launch control and line-lock functions, magnetic dampers, keyless entry, HID auto headlights with LED DRLs and taillights, and track apps to monitor G-forces, lap times and acceleration figures. However, the similarities stop there, with the more streetable GT350 having access to leather and ventilated/heated seats and a pair of rear seats, however small they may be. The GT350R has more aggressive suspension tuning, no rear seats, and no access to such compromising optional equipment like power-adjustable seats. In addition, it earns a considerable amount of weight-reducing carbon fiber (even extending to the wheels) and a more aerodynamic body. One is for daily use and the other is for regular track abuse.