When months of rumors and speculation, our spies have snapped the very first photos from the 2014 Nissan GT-R Nismo.
Caught undergoing testing in Europe, the prototype is heavily camouflaged however seems to function a brand new front splitter and also a revised rear bumper along with further vents. We will additionally see a outstanding rear wing – that was removed for road testing – and Nismo-branded six-spoke alloy wheels.
Whilst the exterior does not look as well exciting, the model is predicted to function a quantity of carbon fiber elements. This combined along with an upgraded twin-turbo 3. 8-liter V6 engine – that’s rumored to supply greater than 570 bhp (425 kW) – might allow the car to accelerate from 0-100 km/h in less than 2 seconds.
Ever since it debuted in the U.S., the GT-R has had Italian and British exotics looking at Japan to see what it will do next. With its gnarly 3.8-liter six-pot churning out 545 ponies, thanks to a few turbochargers, many exotics are scrambling to mimic the GT-R’s per-cylinder output. Unfortunately for exotic car manufacturers, the GT-R caters to a whole different group of buyers.
You see, the GT-R caters to drivers; real, life drivers that want to see, smell and hear their car churning up asphalt. Sit inside a GT-R’s cabin on a hard acceleration and listen to all of that spectacular noise. The click, pops, buzzes and whistles from the six-cylinder engine are things that most exotic owners would stand for, but GT-R drivers live for that engine noise. Well, that noise and its neck-breaking 3.1-second run to 60 mph while still sipping down only a gallon of fuel for every 23 miles on the highway.
2014 Nissan GTR Nismo Realese Date
All those who were eagerly awaiting the arrival of this car should be on the calendar for the completion of 23 November 2013, when its doors open this year’s Tokyo Motor Show.