Nissan GT-R 2012
This is the beginning of a new GT-R Black Edition that is bringing more power, style changes, and improved interior. They have also improved the engine, raising it by 45 horsepower. In addition, the brakes are a little larger and the car has new lighter wheels, interior colors, and seats. In addition, the suspension has been revised, the chassis is a little stiffer, and they have reconfigured the aerodynamics to help improve cooling and provide more down force. All you have to do with the 2012 Nissan GT-R is getting, sit down, buckle up, and put the start button.
Some of the standard features include:
o 20 inch alloy wheels with high performance tires
o Automatic xenon headlights
o LED lights
o Electronically adjustable suspension
o Leather/faux suede upholstery
o Keyless ignition/entry
o Heated power adjustable front seats
o Dual zone automatic climate control
o Satellite radio
The 2012 Nissan GT-R has a twin turbocharged 3.8 liter V6 that will generate 530 horsepower. In addition, it has a six-speed dual clutch automatic manual transmission, which will enable the 2012 Nissan GT-R to reach a speed of 60 mph in only 3.1 seconds. Some of the standard safety features include stability control, antilock brakes, and traction control all of which helps make the stopping distance at braking one of the shortest in its range.
The Nissan GT-R first came on the market in 2009 and was considered the spiritual descendant of a long line of Nissan Skyline sports cars. Every year since, the manufacturer has been making changes to this car but none of the revisions that have been done are as significant as the changes to the 2012 Nissan GT-R.
The 2012 Nissan GT-R will start at $89,950 and will seat four people comfortably. It is considered a super car and when it is built, the GT-R engine is handcrafted by its own master engine builder from start to finish. Each of the twin-turbo V6 is precisely assembled. They are made from lightweight, highly durable magnesium and aluminum. After the engine is build and all is put together, it is put through an hour long test. In addition, the Nissan GT-R 2012, has a paddle shifted six speed sequential dual clutch transmission and separate clutches for the even and odd gears.
This is more of a sports car than a family car. When the 2012 Nissan GT-R will make its appearance has not been announced yet nor has the miles per gallon.
Patricia Johnson contributed to this article for starredreviews