2016 Nissan GT-R Concept
Review…- The story of Japan’s foremost, famous and most popular car models the 2016 Nissan GT-R has become a legend. This is a car which over the decades has caused anarchy to the top supercar echelons with its sheer pace and power establishing itself as a beast in the field by making up what it lacked for beauty by power and finesse in performance. Indeed, in recent years, the GT-R models have consistently outperformed the likes of Porsche and Ferrari and with the development of the Nissan GT-R 2016 the trend is set to continue. The story is more fabulous considering the price of the Nissan GT-R and its relatively smaller engine in comparison to its competition.
2016 Nissan GT-R Design
The new Nissan GT-R 2016 model is an evolution from the current R35 model and picks of from where the 2015 Nissan GT-R NISMO (aptly named Godzilla) left. In this case Godzilla gets a face lift, and more power. The manufacturer has been tight lipped over information although tit bits have come off and many anticipate a hybrid car. The recent leak of the 2016 model and the now known information suffice to provide projections and expectations on the much anticipated car. There is indeed significant change in terms of design, and all the other positives get an improvement.
First off, the design has changed greatly showing that the beast can finally get to embrace beauty. However, if you are expecting this to water down any mean streak then you will be surprised. The curves are integrated with chiseled corners and angles for a smooth but tough look and the wide front bumper still retains the beastly look. Nissan goes for functional aggressive aerodynamics in a bid to improve its downforce and achieves it with a stunning look. The roof is much lower and more carbon fiber is used. The design also allows for more venting.
Engine and Perfomance of 2016 Nissan GT-R
In terms of expected performance, the Nissan is set to break its own standards. The 3.8 litter turbocharged V6 engine couples with an enhanced KERS engine is set to deliver 800 horse power. This hybrid system is set to improve on the fuel consumption and reduce emissions. The figures for torque are not yet available though they are set to be much higher than the 2015 NISMO’s 485lbs ft. The 2016 Nissan GT-R is also expected to go from 0-62mph in just 2.7 seconds covering 400 meters in just 10 seconds with a top speed of 340 Kph.
2016 Nissan GT-R Price and Release Date
It is set to hit show rooms in 2016 and the price is projected to be around $120k to $200k. The legend of the Nissan just got enhanced in beauty and performance.
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