Nissan GT-R Nismo will get 591bhp
The Nissan GT-R Nismo will end up among the world’s fastest speeding up cars if this continues purchase next September, costing greater than ￡100,000. The vehicle, produced by Nissan’s performance arm Nismo, is among the stars of the week’s Tokyo, japan motor show.
Power originates from an uprated form of the conventional GT-R’s twin-turbocharged 3.8-litre V6 engine. Peak power now is 591bhp at 6800rpm, up in the 542bhp at 6400rpm within the standard GT-R. Torque is with a rating of 481lb foot.
The additional power and torque are caused by bigger-diameter turbos obtained from Nismo’s GT3 motor racing efforts. Optimised ignition timing control for every cylinder is yet another new feature, out of the box a better fuel pump, which helps improve breathing and combustion.
No performance figures happen to be released yet, however the all-wheel-drive GT-R Nismo is anticipated to enhance the conventional car’s -62mph duration of 2.7sec, shedding it to around 2.5sec.
Nissan has additionally announced that this is actually the fastest GT-R up to now, having a form of the vehicle with ‘track options’ lapping the fabled Nürburgring circuit in 7min 8.679sec – some 10-seconds under the prior model. For comparision, even the kind of the Lexus LFA using the Nürburgring package takes 7min 14.64sec.
Chief executive officer Carlos Ghosn stated: “With this particular lap time, we are able to authoritatively state that the 2014 Nissan GT-R Nismo [with track options] supports the volume production vehicle lap record in the Nordschliefe, the defacto standard of high end achievement.”
The chassis changes come from Nismo’s 2012 entry in to the Nürburgring 24 Hrs this year, together with a new suspension set-up converted from race to road use. Changes include new rear anti-roll bars, new springs, custom Damptronic dampers produced by Bilstein, exclusive Nismo tyres produced by Dunlop and special links right in front double wishbones.
All changes are stated to enhance rigidity, reduce road noise, increase roadholding, increase the finesse towards the handling, withstand greater cornering forces and cut roll.
Exterior changes incorporate a new carbonfibre body package with rear spoiler, front bumper and front undertray that leave 100kg more downforce compared to standard vehicle at 186mph. Additional features incorporate a Nismo colour plan and 6-spoke gloss black alloy wheels inspired by Nismo’s GT500 racer, which competes in Japan.
Inside, you will find carbonfibre-backed Recaro seats, a brand new Alcantara-trimmed three-spoke controls and red Nismo stitching. It’s also feasible for the motive force to download data in the Advanced Performance Telemetry System.
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