Nissan GT-R NISMO makes official debut at the Tokyo motor show. The GT-R was seen undergoing development at the Nurburgring circuit in Germany, in order to add extra grunt. The all-wheel drive chassis has been further honed. The suspension components have been modified and light weight 20-inch alloys have been added. With several aerodynamic tweaks as well as revamped front and rear bumpers, you get that added downforce with a fixed rear wing and deeper side skirts. The hard-core version has got rid off 20sec off its lap time. F1 driver Sebastien Buemi has recorded time of 7min 08sec, which is the best.
The Japanese supercar in its most extreme version has been structured for greater performance. The peak output reaches 444kW and it can reach 0-100km/h in about 2.0sec. One gets an additional 40kW t, thanks to its 3.8-litre twin-turbo V6. The larger turbo chargers, free-flowing exhaust and alterations to the intake system give a higher power boost to the much anticipated car.
Ring is the most celebrated racing circuit in the world. All those cars donning the fabled GT-R badge have first proved themselves on the track and gone on to win serious acclaim in the market. Four drivers, who are highly experienced took turns to control Nissan GT-R NISMO on the famous track, with the hope of recording the speediest lap by a volume production car. It seems no car cane even come near Nissan, when speaking of innovation and excitement. This is something far better than all other top performance cars.