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Nissan GT-R


Between 1969 and 1974, and again between 1989 and 2002, Nissan produced a high performance version of its Skyline sedan called the Nissan Skyline GT-R. This car proved to be iconic for Nissan[6][7] and achieved much fame and success on both road and track. The Nissan GT-R, although no longer carrying the “Skyline” badge, has heritage in the Nissan Skyline GT-R, which was only available in the United States as a grey market car.

Similar to the later generations of the Skyline GT-Rs, the Nissan GT-R is four-wheel drive with a twin-turbo 6 cylinder engine and has the signature four round tail lights. However, the GT-R is an entirely new model sharing little with its Skyline siblings and is a complete redesign from previous Skylines rather than an incremental evolution; the four-wheel-steering HICAS system has been removed and the former straight-6 RB26DETT engine has been replaced with a new V6 VR38DETT.[8] Because of the GT-R’s heritage, the chassis code for the all-new version has been called CBA-R35,[9] or ‘R35’ for short (where CBA is the prefix for emission standard), carrying on the naming trend from previous Skyline GT-R generations. The GT-R has also retained its Skyline predecessor’s nickname Godzilla,[10] given to it by the Australian motoring publication Wheels in its July 1989 edition.

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  • Type :front-engine, 4-wheel-drive, 4-passenger, 2-door coupe
  • BASE PRICE :111.000 $
  • ENGINE TYPE :twin-turbocharged and intercooled DOHC 24-valve V-6, aluminum block and heads, port fuel injection
  • TRANSMISSION :6-speed dual-clutch automatic with manual shifting mode


  • Wheelbase :2780 mm
  • Length :4670 mm
  • Width :1895 mm
  • Curb weight :1740 kgs


  • Top Speed :315 km/h
  • 0-100km/h :2.8 s
  • 0-200km/h :10.6 s
  • 0-300km/h :35.7 s


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