New 2014 - 2015 Nissan GT-R
A couple of days past, Nissan affirmed that its inhouse functionality section, Nismo, is planning for large updates for the near future. Among the largest surprises provided by the operation division will become a Nismo variation of the current Nissan GT-R.
The future Nismo variation will be dependent upon the 2014 GT-R and will include a number of upgrades that'll change the GT-R into a real track machine, while keeping it perfectly acceptable for the route. No other details were supplied, but it's fairly simple to picture what the future GT-R Nismo will provide in the marketplace.
Under the hood, the 3.8liter twinturbo V-6 engine will be deceived to produce a minimum of 25 horsepower on the conventional 545 horsepower.
The brand new Nissan GT-R Nismo will reach dealerships in a year's time.
Nissan executive vice-president, Andy Palmer, had a dialogue with Autocar and disclosed a couple of snippets of advice on the 2015 GT-R Nismo. In the outside, the bulk of the changes will be restricted to downforce and aerodynamic efficiency.
In a dialogue with the people at Top Gear, Nissan let slip that the Nismo GT-R would carry "more than 570 hp," plus contain improved management and appears. We figure we'll find around 575 hp by time it's all said and done.
The 2014 GT-R is basically unchanged from the 2013 model year. Inside the cottage, Nissan added in a brand new Premium Interior package that contains a Red Amber theme and hand stitching.
Under the hood, the 2014 GT-R shoves 545 hp from its twinturbo 3.8liter V-6 engine that partners to a sixspeed automated manual transmission. As expected, the GT-R features standard allwheel drive.
The most recent iteration of the Nissan GT-R can already reach 60 miles per hour from rest in a blistering 2.7 seconds but that amount is anticipated to fall with the coming of the more cogent GT-R NISMO version now in the works.
It's now being reported that this 'superb GT-R' will also have the ability to accelerate from 0-60 miles per hour in only 2.0 seconds. Yes you read that accurately. Just two seconds.
If accurate, the GT-R NISMO will be the quickestaccelerating production car ever started. The present holder of the title is the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport, which needs 2.5 seconds to reach 60 miles per hour.
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