Nissan Skyline GT-R is a Japanese icon Sports Coupe Nissan Skyline range. Nicknamed “Godzilla” published by the magazine wheels in Australia as 1989 was described by many motorcycle magazines, including the prestigious wheels, performance and handling equal or superior European symbols as the Porsche and Ferrari Testarossa against a much lower price. Competitors of the main market silhouette have the NSX from Honda, Toyota supra, Mitsubishi Lancer evolution, Subaru Impreza WRX STi and Mazda RX-7 recorded.
History of the brand
The name which is the horizon, with the official car of Prince developed skyline cars and sold prior to the merger with Nissan-Datsun. The predecessor was formerly GT-R, S54 2000 GT-B, 1964 to certain Porsche 904 GTS race car in his first race second. The next evolution of the GT-R, the PGC10 2000 GT-R 4-door later Superceeded from version of B11 2 doors, scored 33 victories in the one and a half years, which he ran and made time for his 50th straight victory in court, their implementation through a Savannah, Mazda RX-3 was discontinued. The car has 54 victories, when it was discontinued in 1972. The last of the original GT-R, 670.562 2000GT-R, used a S20 160 HP (120 kW) 6 engine in line unchanged from the previous 2000 GT-R and 197 units due to the global energy crisis only sold. This model was the only GT-R to never participate in a race despite the fact that only one built, who now lives in Nissan storage unit at the factory to historical cars Zuma turned into.
The skyline model remained in the 1990’s, when it became popular, mainly because it remained rear-wheel drive, while most other manufacturers models were front-wheel drive (that certain inherent complexity to achieve high performance in the power and the treatment as compared to a rear-wheel drive car was).
After 16 years, since the 670.562 skyline GT-R in 1973, the skyline GT-R version again with the respect generation skyline R32 in 1989. The GT-R was the flagship of Nissan performance, many advanced technologies including the AL3 ETS (water demand traction) and Super HICAS (four-wheel-drive management)-system. 1989 GT-R remained (relatively) cheap, with a list price of 4.5 billion ¥ (approximately US $31,000).
Horizon of the GT-R has been reasonably well in the early 1990s by R32 (1989), for the R34 (1998). The GT-R production ended in August 2002. Although the name Nissan Skyline with the launch of the Infiniti G35 model (as Nissan Vitesse/horizon in Japan sold), a not yet released new GT-R. Throughout his life several special editions, in what other changes were published improved performance, by Nissan and NISMO performance Division.
R32 NISMO, N1, and V-spec
Total production of the R32 GT-R was 43,394 units, with production on 22 May 1989 began and ended in October 1994, that the release of the R33 skyline overlap really nearly a year. There were four special editions.
NISMO GT-R on 22 February 1990 was introduced and had a total production of 560 units. It was used for a number of changes in the original GT-R for a racing group homologate. These include additional channels in the front bumper improve airflow to the intercooler, to lead bonnet lip spoiler to more air into the engine Bay and to reduce an additional boot lip spoiler drag and offer more charge aerodynamics.
GT-R N1 was launched on 19 July 1991 and had a total production of only 228 units. GT-R 16 “wheels of 17 x 8 wheels with tire 225/50/17 replaced”. GT-R N1 were lighter by removing the rear windshield wipers, air conditioning, radio, and lighter headlights install ABS, (1470 kg). N1 were painted 326 (white glass) all vehicles in the color code. The list was the N1 price ¥ 5 million.
“The V-spec Brembo brakes and a retuned AL3-ETS system NISMO package, as well as 17 BBS wheels with tyres 235/45/17.” The V-spec had a price of 3,140 million ¥. Cars n 1, then, on the basis of the V-spec.