The flagship of Nissan, the GT-R sports, gets an update to 2012 with a view to remain one of the sport with better price / performance ratio. The engine will now be more powerful but less polluting and better things like the transmission and suspension.
More power and more sensations, more fun. If last year the power of the GT-R went from 480 to 530 hp, twin-turbo V6 for 2012, with 3.8 liter engine reaches 550 hp with maximum torque of 612 to 632 Nm between 3,200 and the 5,800 rpm.
In addition, Nissan has managed to reduce emissions and fuel consumption by 0.2 liters per 100 kilometers. Thus, the GT-R 2012 consumed on average 11.8 l/100 km . This was possible thanks to an improvement in the intake, exhaust and cooling.
Engine response is improved in both low and high speed, to which also accompanies a revision in the transmission. Change is now smoother and more comfortable thanks to the redesign of some of its elements. In addition, all GT-R will in a gearbox racing oil 75W140.También type have been strengthened parts of the rear of the engine, which enables greater transmission of driving sensations.
Suspension and brakes also change slightly. In the first case, is optimized to balance the extra weight is the driver, and second, depending on the version, it will give us the possibility of including carbon ceramic brakes.
Nissan GT-R 2012 Review