terça-feira, 11 de junho de 2013
Nissan continues to invest heavily in the GT-R. The latest evolution of the Japanese supercar is now available on the European market, with improvements in response times, greater stability and maneuverability even more precise. The price remains unchanged.
The V6 3.8 liter biturbo 550cv offers now and improves response and fuel consumption compared to the previous. The incorporation of high performance injectors, which have a more precise control of fuel injection, improved engine response and acceleration in the intermediate range in the high regimes.
The 2013 GT-R also features new holes valve bypass pipe turbocharger developed specifically to make it possible to suppress the rapid reduction of pressure forced injection, thereby helping to sustain the acceleration at high revs.
Were also implemented changes in the shocks, springs and front stabilizer bar. The result is a superior stability at high speed, better traction, a smooth and more refined driving experience and a higher level.
The time needed to get from 0 to 100 km / h is now just 2.7 seconds, 0.1 second quicker than the 2012 model. The GT-R 2013 can be even faster in Nurburgring, having flown by the famous German circuit in 7 minutes and 19.1 seconds during testing in May.
But Kazutoshi Mizuno, creator of the GT-R, revealed that 0.5 second were lost due to the traffic in that hot lap, indicating that the 2013 GT-R is able to complete a lap in 7 minutes and 18.6 seconds. In contrast, the GT-R 2012 took 7 minutes and 21 seconds from the finish back.
The GT-R always incorporates the latest technology from Nissan, so now the modifications introduced were designed taking into account the data collected during the race the 24 Hours of Nürburgring 2012.
Changes extend also to the inside. The Black Edition version, for example, receives a color scheme of red and black and are available as optional Recaro seats in carbon deflector rear carbon fiber and aluminum forged RAYS wheels as factory installed option.
The rear view camera is standard on the GT-R Black Edition and Premium Edition and commands side on both sides of the two seats improve usability and accessibility when the backrests are pulled forward (in all versions) . Prices start at 127,700 euros.