This is the latest fruit of that obsession, the GT-R 'Track Edition Engineered by Nismo' The drivetrain remains unchanged from the standard car's, the 3.8-litre twin-turbo V6 producing 542bhp at 6400rpm and 466lb ft at 3200-5800rpm and driving through a six-speed dual-clutch transmission. Performance is the same too, with the claimed 0-62mph time still an incredible 2.7sec and the top speed 196mph. The GT-R remains a crazily fast car.There are new spring rates and the Bilstein DampTronic setup is revised across the three modes of Comfort, Normal and Race. The lightweight forged Rays alloys are lifted from the Nismo, as are the bespoke Dunlop tyres. Delve deeper and the detail work is comprehensive. Like the Nismo, the Track Edition has increased rigidity thanks to adhesive bonding as well as spot-welding in certain areas of the structure. High-rigidity bolts are utilised to increase the stiffness of the wheel-hub attachments, the front wishbones feature new links to increase castor for more consistent response under high lateral loads and there's a hollow rear anti-roll bar borrowed from the Nismo GT-R to increase agility and roll-stiffness whilst reducing weight.The concept is to create a car with the usability and road capability of the standard GT-R but to infuse it with the much greater turn-in agility and body control of the Nismo model. 570BHP, 300G/km.
We are based at Acer Glade, Arnold, HU115JA, just outside of Hull & we always have a wide selection of vans & cars in stock. Please view vehicle by appointment. Tel 01964 561210
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