2013 Nissan GTR
Whether you call it a passion-driven force or some specific goal to excel the arena, there’s a sphere of people that believe in surpassing others by putting their best foot forward. One such firm believer is Nissan who has embarked on a quest to devise the most supreme supercars in the automotive industry. After introducing their highly acclaimed GT-R back in 2007, the manufacturer has now come up with the latest 2013 Nissan GT-R model that will be incorporating significant engine and suspension refinements. However, the latest interpretation may endow somewhat similarity in appearance but noteworthy modifications in the performance lot.
Displayed during this year’s LA Auto Show, the iconic model will now be putting forth enhanced intake efficiency, better exhaust emissions efficiency, enhanced control, and minimized airflow resistance. Designed to deliver magnificence in functionality, the 466 lb-ft of torque is delivered from 3,200 rpm all the way up to 5,800 rpm. The horsepower, on the other hand, comes in at around 545 hp, stated to be an increase of 15 hp over the 2012 GT-R’s 530 hp level.
Designed to be available in GT-R Premium and GT-R Black Edition as two distinct models, the major revision 2013 Nissan GT-R features a 3.8 liter V6 engine that keeps the performance soaring high. There will be an efficient, high end six-speed dual-clutch transmission as well that complements the engine. Benefiting from the wide array of features of the exclusive Premium Midship platform, the model has also been embedded with the world’s first independent rear transaxle Attese E-TS all-wheel drive system. This system places the transmission, transfer case, and final drive at the rear of the vehicle, optimizing weight distribution and maximizing handling capability.
The overall adjustability is rendered through a powerful ‘set-up switch’ which allows consumers to bring adjustments to transmission shifts. The embedded Vehicle Dynamic Control and shock absorbers enhance the handling at the same time. Besides this, there will be a special Bilstein DampTronic system, low steel high stiffness brake pads, Brembo full floating driller rotors and six-piston front and four-piston rear calipers.
Although the new model touts to revamp the entire user experience through a bold style statement and impressive performance, there is also a slightly disappointing side. A bit to display, despite initial rumors the latest vehicle from Nissan will not be enabled to render 560 HP.
Featuring an exquisite look, the new model comes incorporated with refined transmission shift feel and quietness that now reveal a strengthened design of the shift fork arm. Users may appreciate the firmer fixing for the flywheel housing and the system’s handmade dry carbon rear spoiler. Some other highlights include the RearView monitor, new blue lighting treatment inside the tachometer ring, lightweight 10-spoke forged aluminum 20″ Rays wheels, and enhanced aerodynamics.
The new 2013 Nissan GT-R model is slated to go on sale at select certified Nissar dealers in the month of January of the coming year. The pricing details, however, are yet to receive an official word.
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