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2009 Skyline GT-R

Skyline GT-R Concept

The Nissan GT-R Concept

This is no ordinary supercar, well at least if we are to believe the press releases that go with this car. This supercar is designed to be a two-door and a four-passenger car and an all-wheel sport coupe. the car features a 3.8 L DOHC twin-turbocharged V6 VR38 engine that features the plasma sprayed bores and a special twin-turbo exhaust manifold system. Aside from the fact that the Nissan GT-R is a car for peformance, this car is also designed to be safe and environment friendly. This assertion is validated by the fact that the GT-R meets ultra-low emission vehicle standards in Japan.

Speaking of safety technologies; among the technologies that are present on the all-new GT-R are the high-mounted LED stoplamps, bright LED rear combination taillights, super wide beam headlights, heated door mirrors and flat-blade wipers.

Coming as a standard on the GT-Rs are the pop-up engine hood system, driver and front passenger SRS Air Bag System, ELR front seat belts with tension reducer, front seat belts with load limiter and the three-point ELR rear seat belts. For the music lover in your, there is the specifically-designed BOSE sound system that includes the two forward facing woofers in the rear center arm rest area then reinforced with the door speakers as well. These speakers are mounted on rigid aluminum die cast panels.

The car’s body is crafted from a combination of steel, carbon fiber and aluminum that effectively provides that unique combination of stiffness and lightness. For more information as to the other features and the pricing of this GT-R, just visit this site.

The GT-R is expected to be grouped with all the other supercars out in the market such as the 2007 Porsche 911 Turbo, but without the sticker price shock. This year, Nissan is expected to deliver the GT-R to the North American market.

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