2012 Nissan GT-R - gt-r nissan

Thursday, August 30, 20120 comments

One of the most modern sporting joys we have recently, has been and is the Nissan GT-R. A model that was created by the Japanese in 2008, and that from the beginning was able to face the world of motoring giants like BMW M3, Porsche or certain models. That is why the hype around the new generation is high, but it seems that we have to wait until 2018 for its second generation makes its appearance. And is that Nissan has some very ambitious plans for the GT-R 2013.

Pic Nissan GT-R 2013 blue
 To get in history, we must say that Nissan is a brand deeply involved in the development of the GT-R. A model almost every year is getting smaller developments, such as this 2013, to further improve already a very good product. Thus the new 2013 version has about 545 hp with 627 Nm of torque, thanks to some tweaks in the V8 bi-turbo 3.8-liter. And in this way, can reach theoretically reach of 100 km / h in about 2.84 seconds. But Nissan wants more.

In fact we talked not long ago that Nissan was thinking of a compact sports car, and there are those who see past the DeltaWing Le Mans 2012, the perfect excuse why Nissan is preparing a compact sports hybrid plus. Anyway, the next-generation GT-R was planned for 2015, but the abandonment of the Chief Engineer of the GT-R for health reasons, Kazutoshi Mizuno, Nissan has made to reconsider the future of the GT-R.

That's why Nissan wants to strike a blow on the table, as Porsche has done with the 911, offering a more efficient and environmentally friendly, without losing an ounce of sportsmanship. Nissan 2012 also want greater transformation in the interior and exterior design, and such is the ambition of the Japanese brand that their sights are on the future Porsche 918 Spyder. And example is the Honda NSX we saw at the Detroit Motor Show 2012. So the possibility that the new GT-R count with a hybrid version is no longer just a rumor but it could be a reality.

Anyway, all this information is only based on the latest rumors surrounding Nissan events. Since the loss of his chief engineer, and the lines of development that are following their biggest rivals, Nissan make do good and to reconsider its line to something more sustainable future. And I'm glad of it, because the only weakness of the Nissan GT-R is consumption and CO2 emissions. We are confident that this will improve. Time to time.
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