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New Nissan GT-R

Published by on Oct 25th, 2007, 8 Comments

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Nissan Motor Co., Ltd, today announced the launch of the new model – GT-R. it is peoclaimed as “an ultimate supercar enjoyable to anyone, anywhere, at anytime”. The car will be available mainly through Nissan High Performance Centers.
New GT-R embodies the new understanding and appreciation of natural forces of gravity, inertia and aerodynamics. The car transforms these forces into an absolutely new design, maximal tire grip and airflow.

To increase the interaction between a driver and a vehicle a Human-Machine Interface (HMI) never seen before in the marketplace was designed and became an integral property of a new model. The main principles of a new GT-R are speed and efficiency, high-output with environmental mindfulness and high performance and safety.

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So Nissan has designed a completely new model offering advanced high performance for secure and enjoyable driving free of climatic, road condition or driving technique limitations. The car suits to drive on snow, rain or urban areas owing to its advanced technology and driving dynamics.
The perfect characteristics of a new car were reached also through specialized production process. The components are assembled with a special high-precision process, which includes a series of vibration tests. Engines and transmissions are assembled in a “clean room” environment and after its completion every car of the present series undergoes several comprehensive tests to ensure the proper operation of all vehicle components.

The owners of a new GT-R will be offered total support for the first three years of ownership including measurement and adjustment of the engine, transmission and wheel alignment after the first 1000 km.

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Comments

Vibes63

That car’s design is completely different. I kind of like the boxy look makes a car look bold.

October 26, 2007 6:53 am Reply

armien

not impressed with the shape looks like a 350z

December 1, 2007 9:34 am Reply

xsa4ca

I’m sorry, don’t see the slightest resemblence between this stunningly beautifull sports car and a 350Z unless you’re referring to the fact that it has 4 tyres a nd engine and 2 doors?

February 18, 2008 5:34 am Reply

Doug

what’s the top speed on this thing?

April 23, 2008 5:51 pm Reply

Jimmy Tsimenoglou

Can not wait to own one, looks fantastic, can’t get any better in looks and the performance is unbeleivable.

October 14, 2008 10:11 am Reply

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December 19, 2008 6:01 pm Reply

aj

I was getting on the freeway in Ventura. I saw the car. imediately drove to the Nissan dealer. I asked if the spoiler on the back was standard. Unfortuanately, he said, yea. What a disappointment. That spoiler looks “Too fast, Too Furious”. Give me an F ing break. The spoiler serves no purpose at all. In fact, it cheapens the the look.

December 31, 2009 4:26 am Reply

julia

I saw this car on the 10 in LA this mrning, 1st I thought it was a Maserati, then maybe a Corvette. Looks Gtreat! Congratulations Nissan, I hope they don’t cheapen the look too much when it comes to offering a model for the general driving public.

March 30, 2010 4:54 am Reply
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