About Nissan GT-R

    The Nissan GT-R was unveiled in July 2008 and came to replace the Skyline GT-R. Having expected the production for the first year to be 1,500 units, Nissan actually sold 2,400 GT-Rs. The 2-door coupe instantly gained popularity with more than 1,700 models ordered since the announcement of the pre-sale ordering program in January 2007. Just like the Skyline, the new sports car is all-wheel drive and comes equipped with a twin-turbo 6 cylinder engine. The model is built on the Premium Midship platform, which allows to use the ATTESA E-TS all-wheel drive system that directs torque to where it's needed, maximizing handling capability. Being faster than the predecessor, the new GT-R is Nissan's most powerful vehicle featuring the most reliable Nissan parts.

    Carrying a turbocharged 3.8-liter V6 engine that makes 480 hp and 430 lb-ft of torque, the GT-R runs an 11.6 second quarter mile and does nearly 200 mph on the top end, beating the Porsche 911 turbo, the Corvette Z06, and the Dodge Viper. The GT-R's engine meets California Air Resources Board Ultra Low Emission Vehicle (ULEV) standards, proving that Nissan is loyal to its 2010 Green Program. The GT-R is offered with a 6-speed automatic transmission that comes with steering wheel shift paddles for manual operation. Arriving first in two trim levels, Base and Premium, the model was dropped down to just Premium trim level in 2011. The Base model has the following standard equipment: power front seats, leather/faux suede upholstery, automatic climate control, Brembo brakes, 20-inch alloy wheels, six-speaker CD/MP3 sound system with the satellite radio, Bluetooth, keyless ignition/entry, and xenon headlights. As for the Premium model, it adds heated fronts seats, higher-performance tires, and an 11-speaker Bose audio system with two subwoofers as standard equipment. The Cold Weather package, with Dunlop all-season tires, comes as an option.

    Featuring a slight increase in horsepower, the 2011 Nissan GT-R comes with a 6-speed dual-clutch automated-manual transmission. In order to improve control and comfort, the model's suspension was revised with Bilstein shocks being added. The standard safety features include full-length side curtain airbags, front-seat side airbags, antiskid system, ABS, and traction control. The navigation system features real-time traffic and weather alerts. Considered as a reliable vehicle, the Nissan GT-R received a score of 6.0 out of ten on the J.D. Power Quality Ratings in 2010. The model was judged as the 2009 International Car of the Year and the 2009 World Performance Car. In the One Lap of America competition, the GT-R received the first place in 2009 and the second place in 2010.

    It's lean, it's mean, and it delivers on sporty performance like no other... Of course we're talking about the Nissan GT-R. Built to deliver an exotic touch of luxury and power, the Nissan GT-R has made fans of anyone that has sat behind the wheel. This is one car that is all class, from its super-sleek body style to the aggressive kick from the engine. Since this is a car of such esteem, you know you can't accept anything less than superior quality. That's why our selection of Nissan GT-R accessories and parts has you covered. knows sports-luxury when we see it, which is why we carry nothing but the finest Nissan GT-R Accessories and Parts for you to choose from. Spoilers, floor mats, wheels, and a whole lot more are available inside our inventory of Nissan GT-R accessories and parts from the biggest names in the business. That means elite workmanship, a precise fit, and unequaled durability - guaranteed! If stepping up the game is your objective, Nissan GT-R accessories are always the way to go.

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    Nissan To Launch the 2012 GT-R With a Power Bump
    Nissan To Launch the 2012 GT-R With a Power Bump

    The first launch of the Nissan GT-R in the United States was held on July 4, 2008. Since its birth, the GT-R proved to be a flagship model. Due to the rigorous competition among automakers, it is impossible to stay on top without making upgrades as well as implementing the new ideas. At the debut of the GT-R model, held at the 2007 Tokyo Motor Show, the Nissan chief engineer Kazutoshi Mizuno stated, “The real car will arrive in three years.” So it looks like the Nissan has already shown enough for the model devotees, and the era of the Nissan R35 GT-R will come to an end. Nevertheless the Japanese automaker is reportedly preparing one more upgrade to celebrate the success, gained by the GT-R.

    The 2012 model features the increased performance abilities. The previous Nissan model was incredibly fast, but the time moves on, and the Porsche 911 Turbo and Chevy Corvette ZR1 set new standards of acceleration. The exterior of the 2012 GT-R sport car features minor changes. The major work was done for power increasing. The 2012 GT-R hides under its hood a twin-turbocharged 3.8-liter V6 engine. It is said, that the power unit is designed to produce about 560 hp. According to the preliminary estimation 3.1 seconds will be enough for the new model to reach 60 mph. Seems like this Nissan cheetah is faster and quicker than its previous sibling.There is more of everything in the new 2012 GT-R model: larger front rotors, redesigned calipers, increased caster, more power, higher acceleration. On the top of this, the new model features the improved aerodynamics. The downforce is increased by about 10%, and the drag coefficient is reduced to 0.26 (from 0.27). Under the plans of Nissan, the Spec V model will be replaced by the Spec R model. The testing of prototypes was delayed due to the natural disasters, happened in Japan in March. The dates of testing were shifted to September. The Nurburgring (Germany) was chosen by the Nissan management to be the race track for testing.