The Nissan GT-R SpecV are as follows: Engine modifications are the same as the base model with improved maximum power output and torque, as well as enhanced fuel economy, except maximum torque is improved to 612Nm(62.5kgfm)/ 3,200?6,000rpm (632Nm(64.5kgfm)/ 3,600?5,600rpm).
Given the company’s recent tie-up with Daimler, hybrid and electric motivation is not out of the question. “While we have several options, we haven’t decided which way we will lean,” Mizuno says. Mizuno did hint that it was unlikely that a diesel or a flex-fuel powertrain would power a future GT-R.
To improve abrasion resistance and stability in racing circuit driving, rear brake pad material is changed and VDC (Vehicle Dynamic Control) balance under braking is modified. Dunlop SP SPORT MAXX GT 600 DSST CTT tire is adopted as a standard feature. Special Rays lightweight aluminum forging wheels for the SpecV are adopted from the previous model with the color changed to Metallic Black.
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