Nissan GTR – General Knowledge And Fun Facts

  1. Introduction

No car can show off and prove philosophy of developing uncompromising performance machines of Nissan better than the Nissan GTR. Being very affordable that people at all social classes can opt for, the Nissan GTR is possibly the invincible car on the road. With the best handling dynamics and power output in the world, Nissan GTR is still a genuine high-performance vehicle to buy, even when the producer has increased the starting cost of the car from year to year.

The Nissan GTR is a high-performance sport car that comes with 4 trim levels: Nismo, Track Edition, Black Edition, and Premium.

The Nissan GTR is a handbuilt 2-door 2+2 car that provides high performance, unveiled in 2007 as a product of the Nissan brand. Although it is not part of the Skyline range itself any more, this car is the descendant of the Nissan Skyline GTR.

The standard equipment of Nissan GTR contains an 11-speaker system of Bose audio with streaming audio, Bluetooth phone, iPod connectivity, and satellite radio; entry/ignition without key, heated power-adjustable front seats, faux-suede/leather upholstery, an electronically adjustable suspension, Brembo brakes, and 20-inch wheels.

The GTR Nismo comes with high engine output that can help to pump up the volume,  exclusive interior flourishes, aerodynamic upgrades, and a very stiff suspension.

The Track Edition is equiped with Nissan’s own sport front seats, a carbon-fiber trunk lid, special brake-cooling ducts, and a firm suspension.

The Black Edition model has black wheels that are light in weight, Recaro seats, red interior trim, and a carbon-fiber rear wing.

  1. Facts About Nissan GTR
  2. Nissan GTR Has A Weight Distribution Of Nearly 50:50

For equipping the car with perfect balance, all engineers of Nissan worked very hard to make sure that the weight distribution of the Nissan GTR can be equivalent to that of some racing cars. With the transaxle sitting between the rear wheels and the lightweight V6 up front, the Nissan GTR’s weight distribution is nearly 50:50 between rear and front – a perfect propotion. This technique brings to this car model several benefits, enabling sharper handling and tremendous traction thanks to the flatter posture of the car.

  1. Nissan GT-R Engines Are Hand Built By Race Engineers

Despite appearing as one of the most technologically advanced car products all over the world, every engine of Nissan GTR is built entirely by hand by one of 4 Takumi of Nissan. The Takumi coming from Nissan are even more than just professionals, each of them is actually a perfectionist, who is also responsible for developing all engines of racing GTR that Nissan offers to customers. The Takumi apply the same level of meticulous details to each and all engines, whether it is designed for the track or  road.

Nissan GTR Is The Fastest Accelerating Production 4-Seater In The World

The Nissan GTR can accelerate from 0 km/h – 60 km/h within 2.8 seconds only, making it possible to compared this care with hypercar royalty such as the Ferrari LaFerrari and McLaren P1.

III. 2017 Nissan GT-R

Nissan has introduced the R35 GTR a mid-life facelift as a brand new model for 2017, with noticeable subtle wardrobe technical advances and even more power to give it higher and better performance ability as a truly most hardcore among Japanese sport cars.

References

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nissan_GT-R

http://www.edmunds.com/nissan/gt-r/

http://www.evo.co.uk/nissan/gtr/13489/nissan-gt-r-top-ten-facts

http://www.carmagazine.co.uk/car-news/motor-shows-events/new-york/2016/newish-nissan-gtr-for-2016-new-york-show/

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