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Saturday, August 4, 2012

Nissan GT-R 2012

The Nissan GT-R 2012 is an icon of Nissan's pioneer spirit; it invented the concept of the "multi-performance super car" and made high-performance vehicles accessible to anyone, anytime, anywhere. Today, the Nissan GT-R continues to evolve; this latest version has improved features in terms of performance, efficiency and refinement to provide further excitement to drivers and passengers.

Interior Design and Special Features

The rather austere cabin of the 2012 Nissan GT-R is meant to convey an impression of performance and technology. The front seats have prominent bolsters and faux-suede upholstery inserts to keep occupants firmly located during high-G maneuvers, yet they remain comfortable during long-distance drives. The interior itself is well-constructed, with plenty of soft-touch materials, and most controls have a solid, positive feel. Opting for the Black Edition spices up the interior's appearance significantly.
The navigation screen can be used to display a variety of parameters, such as G-force during cornering, steering input, gear position and lap times. If this all sounds a bit video gamelike, there's a good reason. This interface has been designed by Polyphony Digital, the developers of the popular Gran Turismo series of driving simulation games.
Entering and exiting the GT-R takes no more gymnastic aptitude than that required by more conventional cars -- a rarity among high-performance exotics. The rear seats are much smaller and difficult to access, but they are adequate for child-sized passengers. Trunk space is commendable for this type of car, providing a deep well that can accommodate up to 8.8 cubic feet of cargo.

Nissan GT R 2012  Spesification
 Type engine is 3.8 liter twin turbo V6(VR 38DETT)

Engine and transmission
Power bhp (kW) at RPM:
530 hp @ 6,400 RPM
Torque lb-ft (Nm)at RPM    ;488lb-ft@3.200-6000 RPM

Acceleration 0-60 mph s:     -3.0 scd
Fuel economy EPA city/hightway 16/23 mpg
Drag coefficient  0.26
Top speed 197 mph
15.4'' full-floating cross-drilled two-piece rotor w/ Brembo Six-Piston monoblock calipers
Aluminum 20'' manufactured by RAYS®
Wheels (F)
20x9.5 inches
Wheels (R)
20x10.5 inches
Tires Front
Tires Rear
3,829 pounds

Dual-clutch six-speed transmission


The 2012 Nissan GT-R is on sale now for $170,800 before on-roads, which is a modest $2000 increase over the sticker price of last year's GT-R.


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