Nissan GT-R, Nissan’s True Power Beast

by admin ~ November 17th, 2008.

Finally, after many years of waiting, Nissan is launching its newest and hottest car to date –the GT-R. This newly manufactured car from the famous Nissan was expected to be the scene-stealer during the Tokyo motor show. This car has been recently spotted in some of the most famous The GT-R is famous and highly anticipated due to its high-power features. This car has a twin-turbo which performs at 0 to 60 mph for 3.5 seconds at 192 mph. The GT-R’s twin-turbo performs out 473 hp and 433lb-ft torque, while being driven on all four wheels via rear-mounted transaxle. Between the V6 is a GR6 dual-clutch six-speed automatic which can function through paddles on the steering wheel. The GT-R’s base price is estimated at less than $80,000.

While previous GT-R models have been famous for its unlimited tuning potential, the 2009 GT-R models are designed for street driving, in compliance to the government policies laid out by the Tokyo government. In fact, the Japanese government strictly prohibits the use of modified cars in the streets; any modification of the GT-R would result to void warranties. The list of prohibitions includes the GT-R’s GPS-based speed limiter which limits the speed of Japanese cars to a maximum of 112 mph. This prohibition can be lifted if the GT-R is in an approved race track, subject to certain regulations.

Nevertheless, things are getting better for the Nissan GT-R. Car manufacturing companies have engaged into customizing GT-Rs for client specifications. The company Branew has come up with its own version of this car, bringing this new hot trend to a notch higher. And enthusiasts could not wait to see how this head-turner will wow spectators come the motor show.

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