Latest Nissan GT-R Nismo Conveys Power, Performance, Precision

Mar 15, 2017 12:00 PM EDT | ‎Alexis Brooke

Nissan claims that 2017 GT-R is more than just a muscle car. The 2017 Nissan GT-R Nismo delivers supercar track performance, and it ranks as one of the world's top-performing production vehicles. The all-wheel-drive GT-R Nismo is unbeatable with 600 horsepower. It delivers 16 mpg in City mode and 22 mpg for Highway type.

The Premium Edition features of the GT-R Nismo includes a preeminent tuned with a high-capacity twin-turbocharged V6 engine. It delivers an aerodynamic body design that showcases the carbon fiber front and rear fascia. The 2017 GT-R Nismo offers a sub-3-second run to 60 mph and a top end over 200 mph, according to The Car Connection.

Nissan engineers designed the GT-R Nismo with blistering acceleration. It features a more rigid body structure and custom-developed Bilstein DampTronic dampers. These premium features help balances the ride with track-ready handling. The 2017 GT-R is not the same raw beast it predecessor was. Engineers well-crafted the vehicle with more refinement specs and improving steering system.

The splendiferous handcrafted car comes with an engine that adds high-capacity turbos developed from Nissan GT3 racing concept. It dominates the track via its dual-clutch six-speed transmission with three driver-selectable modes. The GT-R Nismo is designed with two clutches and transmission shifts as quickly as 0.15 seconds when in R-Mode

The Japanese multinational automobile manufacturer created the world's first independent rear transaxle for an All-Wheel Drive vehicle. The odd-numbered gear achieves ideal front-to-rear weight distribution. The car's torque split between 50/50 in front and rear axles. The All-Wheel Drive system provides almost all of the available torque to the rear wheels, and it can propel up to 50 percent of torque to the front wheels.

The latest Nissan GT-R Nismo is a supercar that sculpts the wind and being designed to demands of aerodynamics. The rear fascia has been extended at the sides to hasten air away from the back of the bumper that helps to pull the hot gasses away and enables to cool the exhaust.


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