Nissan’s GT-R Nismo Steady Power And Interior Improvement

Jan 27, 2017 11:33 PM EST | Carl Anthony Teves

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The multinational automobile manufacturer from Japan, Nissan, has added another car model to their line-up this year. The GT-R Nismo is the company's latest one of their GT-R. It now comes with a new and updated interior features that took a long time to be available in the R35 generation of the company's marked performance.

Nissan's latest car version may not be the same as the standard GT-R that comes with interiors that are mostly luxurious, from its cabin, major improvements are visible and clearly marked. They also lessen the count of the car's center stack buttons from its original 27 to 11 with a now new and larger 8.0 inches of the technology's touchscreen that can be easily manipulated with a control knob (console-mounted). It also features a red microsuede inserts for the recaro seats and a recreated steering wheel.

From the changes provided on the car, the company assures their buyers that everything is functional. The vehicle's larger front in V-Motion receives more of the air, deformation at high speed are avoided with the reinforced hood and compared before, and it is generating more of the downforce.

GT-R Nismo is built with a 3.8-liter twin turbo V6 petrol engine with a horsepower of 592 bhp and a 652 Nm torque that runs from 0 to 62 mph in just 3.0 seconds and a top speed of 196 mph. As for its transmission, it is a four wheel drive with a six-speed dual clutch gearbox (automatic). The springs, shocks, and stabilizers are also retuned to match the stiffer body structure of the model.

The Nissan GT-R Nismo is now available in the market with four exterior colors from silver, pearl white, solid red, and jet black. The price is placed to £149,995. This car is one of the exclusive cars that is said not to produce more than 30 examples for the European market.

 

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