When Nissan introduce the first-generation Skyline GT-R back in 1969, it became one of high-performance car manufacturers group. The Skyline GT-R grew into a coupe that went on to take over the local motorsport competition and rapidly become popular on the road and the track though originally available only as a four-door sedan. Five years after Nissan decided to break up the GT-R name from the Skyline brand, the GTR was released in 2007. Another update is available for Nissan 2016 GTR, though a 2015 model year is already available for the Japanese market continuing for the U.S. and Pacific market.
A 45th Anniversary Gold Edition version is new for Nissan 2016 GTR. The 2001 Skyline GT-R M-Spec lend its “Silica Brass” paint color paired with a celebration plate on the interior center console and a gold-toned VIN plate within the engine boot. The United States market will get less than 30 of these cars. The last year’s Track Edition is dropped. It featured no rear seat and a near-black finished RAYS 20-spoke forged aluminum-alloy wheels.
Many competitors have amazing all-wheel-drive handling and can reach 0-60 mph times below 3.0 seconds. Many of these offer scorching acceleration and intelligent all-wheel-drive system. However, this car balances track-ready handling with ride that isn’t a straight line running car thanks to exceptional springs, a firm body structure, and front DampTronic Bilstein custom-built dampers. Handling is supported by the all-wheel-drive system. All the power can be sent to the rear wheels, or to the fronts for up to 50 percent. There are some drive modes in the Nissan 2016 GTR, such as the R mode, or Race mode that allow driver to set the driving temperament to the speed oriented.
There is no key improvement inside and out for the Nissan 2016 GTR since it is principally a 2015 model guise. It has also no update for the 3.8-liter V-6 engine but the several enhancements in the brake and suspension sector compensate the absence of drivetrain updates. For some more years, driver can undertake race tracks in the world with a steadier and defined sports car of the 2016 GT-R.
Select dealers in the United States are already selling the 2016 GT-R sports car as the Nissan announced its price. The GT-R Premium version will start from $102,000 and would reach the top GT-R Nismo versions at $150,000. A strong 545 horsepower can be produced by the Nissan 2016 GTR base guise while 600 horsepower is juiced by a track-focused NISMO model.