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Below is a bit history of the Nissan GT-R:
2009 GT-R (R-36)
Equipped with 3.8-liter, 32-valve, V6 block with twin-turbochargers, 545 hp @ 6400 rpm and 434 lb-ft of torque. It can reach 60 mph in a 3.2 seconds, also have Nissan’s ATTESA ET-S, all-wheel-drive system.
2004 NISMO GT-R
Z-Tune R34 Equipped with a 2.8-liter engine Inline-6, Twin-Turbo, 500 horsepower at 6,800 rpm; Only 20 of NISMO GT-R Z-Tune R34 was ever produces, make them extremely rare. The engine wasn’t the only modification NISMO has, but also carbon-fiber fenders to twin oil coolers installed on either side of the front bumper.
2002 GT-R V-Spec
II Nür R34 This final production model for the GT-R V-Spec edition was available in two different models; the Skyline GT-R V-Spec II Nür and the Skyline GT-R M-Spec Nür. The Nür name was derived from the famous Nürburgring track in Germany where the Skyline was developed.
Both models featured an improved RB26DETT N1 engine (NISMO’s signature 2.6-liter, inline-six with a parallel twin-turbo system). The Nür editions also featured a speedometer that hit the 186 mph (300 km/h) mark. And it’s said that for those who wish for a bit more power than the original engine can produce, with limited modifications (such as a larger, singular turbocharger) this GT-R model can expel up to a staggering 1,000-plus horsepower.
1999 GT-R R34
Nissan upped the horsepower and the torque with a twin-turbocharged, inline-six engine that produced 276 ponies with 216 lb-ft of torque and had the GT-R hitting 60 mph from a dead stop in just 5.2 seconds!
The R34 also featured a configurable in-dash display that monitor seven types of driving statistics such as oil and water temperature, PSI and Gs.
1995 GT-R R33
The outlook is same as previous R32 Model, but it’s Equipped with a 2.6-liter, six-cylinder, turbocharged engine, the R33 produced 275 horsepower and 271 lb-ft of torque. Which gives it an impressive performance at the Nurburgring with an eight-minute lap!
1993 GT-R V-Spec
R32 This special edition GT-R was produced thanks to the earlier R32’s popularity on and off the track. V-Spec stand for “Victory Specification” to highlight the R32’s racing successes. This retuned model featured Brembo brakes and an updated ATTESA E-TS system.
1990 NISMO GT-R
A limited-edition GT-R, only 560 united were produced. Shaped similarly to earlier GT-R models, the NISMO GT-R have a number of aerodynamic changes that complied with Group A racing standards, such as additional air ducts in the front bumper and a large rear-bumper spoiler to help with downforce.
1989 GT-R R32
Equipped with NISMO-designed, motorsport-oriented all-wheel drive (this was the first GT-R to feature the ATTESA E-TS Pro all-wheel drive system) and a 2.6-liter. turbocharged, inline-six engine that pumped out 280 horsepower and 260 lb-ft of torque. It’s worth notice that the ATTESA E-TS add on makes the car 100kg (220lb) heavier, thus put the GT-R at a disadvantage to other cats in the 4000cc range. after this add-on, Nissan decided to increase the displayment to 2.600cc, and put GT-R in the 4,500 cc range.
1973 Skyline GT-R
Also known as the “Ken and Mary” Skyline GT-R, from records, only 197 units was produced. (Same engine as the previous version.)
1969 Skyline GT-R
Equipped with a 2.0-liter, DOHC inline-six engine and160 Horsepower @ 7000 rpm and 131 ft·lbf of torque at 5600 rpm.
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