We all know that the Nissan GT-R is one hell of a speed ride, and this is the reason why there are a number of dreamers and enthusiasts wanting to have their own GT-R. But did you know that there also exists a more powerful version and better fitted to the racing tracks? Nissan calls this the Nissan GT-R RC where RC stands for Racing Competition. This new version of the GT-R was unveiled at the 2011 Tokyo Auto Salon. Designed by NISMO, this new version of Nissan GT-R once again continues the tradition of features that can be seen on sports and racing cars. According to this article, the Racing Competition GT-R includes welded roll-cage and 120-liter safety fuel tank. This car according to the designers is best for circuit driving thanks to its features including slick tire-compatible suspension, lightweight components and a host of safety features and devices.You may check out the other technical details of the car by accessing this site. This is an interesting addition to the Nissan GT-R family, no?
Expect the latest edition of the Nissan GT-R to take your breaths away, well at least for fans and the lovers of sports cars. One thing that you can expect is that more power will boost this sports car from Nissan. There will be some tweaks in the suspension as well. Plus the Rays wheels will be given more attention. More details on the Nissan GT-R 2012 here.
If you have been dreaming to get your own 2010 Nissan GT-R in a few months time, then let it be known that this car from Nissan is priced much higher as compared to the 2009 version. This was announced by Nissan a week ago. Nissan said that the base price for the Nissan GT-R will start at $81,790 and this will include the destination charge of $1,000. For the person who cannot get enough of the 2010 Nissan GT-R, then the higher end version of the sports car can be had starting $84,040 and this will include shipping. The new price according to Nissan will take effect stating March 21. Modest upgrades can be expected from the 2010 GT-R and the list of the upgrades will include the additional power, pushing the power of the vehicle to 485 horsepower. This will also include front seat and side curtain air-bags.
This page will rot if this is not updated, so here it goes. Bringing pedaltothemetal back to where it belongs. As usual lots of posts will be focused on my fave cars like the introduction of 2009 Nissan GT-R, my Audi R8-naks, and of course a smattering of coupe’s from Lexus, BMW and Mercedes. Nissan and Audi are Kings for me, of course. Bringing this back to life after more than 3 months of hibernation. Just right, no?
Based on some initial tests, the soon-to-be released GT-R from Nissan was considered as among the fastest ever productions cars at the Ring. That feat was announced by Nissan last month after the supercar has achieved 7 minutes and 29 seconds at the Nurburgring in Germany. This strip is also known as the Ring. The feat by Nissan GT-R was achieved last April 16 and 17. The GT-R used for testing was a base specification car and then fitted with the standard Japanese market tyres. The test drive was initiated by chief test driver Tochio Suzuki. The lap time netted by the new GT-R easily edged out the previous fastest time for the GT-R by nine seconds. The previous lap time was also made possible by Suzuki.
The all-new GT-R has been delivered in Japan that started in December 2007. Sales in other countries like in US and Canada start in July and will extend to Europe and other markets in the span of 12 months.
A quick scan of the blog stats reveals that a lot search for the Nissan Skyline, one of my dream cars. I just love the look and the performance of this car, love it the very first time I saw this car on the 2 fast, 2 Furious movie that stars Paul Walker. The Skyline that was used on the movie was actually an R-34. The first one that was driven by Paul Walker on the movie was the Nissan Skyline GT-R BNR34 in aqua metallic. The next one is the 2003 House of Kolors Platinum Pearl with Blue Nissan Skyline GT-R BNR34.
The Skyline GT-R from Nissan is actually a Japanese sports coupe’ based from the original Nissan Skyline. The GT-R V spec model and the GT-BNR34 Skyline GT-R that was used on the movie was made shorter and the front wheels were made closer to the front if to be compared with the earlier generations of the Skyline. The new feature on the R-34 GT-R is the 5.8″ LCD multi-function display on the center of the dashboard that shows seven different live readings of engine and vehicle statistics such as the turbo charger pressure, and oil and water temperatures. The GT-R V-spec model on the other hand has two added features on the screen- the intake and the exhaust gas temperatures. Nismo Multi-function Displays or the MFD included the lateral G meter, a lap timer and an increase in boost pressure measurement to 2 bar. It come equipped with the ATTESA E-TS Pro system and an Active LSD at the rear and the standard GT-R on the other hand come with the non-Pro system and a conventional mechanical differential.