Nissan increases the GT-R‘s power in 2012, so the customers that will orient towards the Japanese sports car Nissan GT-R 2012 will benefit from more horsepower, important technical changes and better fuel consumption.
The Japanese car manufacturer announced today that its sports car Nissan GT-R 2012 will receive a number of important technical improvements, which include extra horsepower, asymmetric suspension for the right-hand drive versions, a more refined transmission and slightly better consumption figures.
Moreover, Nissan GT-R 2012 has received such improvements every year since the launch of new the generation, so that each spring brings something new for the potential customers.
Nissan GT-R 2012 Wallpaper Gallery
Nissan GT-R 2012 Engine
Nissan GT-R 2012 is displayed to the world with an engine that now develops 550 horsepower (20 more than the existing model on the market now), maximum torque climbed from 613 to 632 Nm (available between 3200 and 5800 rpm).
According to Nissan engineers, engine behavior was improved at low speeds and very high revolutions due to changes in the injection, emissions at the exhaust system and the valve control, the fuel mixture and ignition timing.
Although the Nissan GT-R 2012 overall performance is growing (official data are not yet available), the combined average fuel consumption drops to 8.6 liters/100 km.
Nissan GT-R 2012 Technical Amendments
The modifications made on the Nissan GT-R 2012 touched even the wheelhouse box, improved as well. Also, certain areas of the car were reinforced for better structural rigidity, the direct result being linked to the vehicle’s behavior on the road.
Also this chapter includes the asymmetric suspensions for the right-hand drive versions, which easy suffered until now in terms of maneuverability because of the “non-natural” driver positioning. Thus, suspension springs were reinforced on the left front and now are unequal on the back. If the wheels get an uneven load when the car is stationary, on the road things change and the suspensions are perfectly equal, allowing a greatly improved dynamic behavior.
Other positive points of the new Nissan GT-R 2012 are the options for selecting ceramic brakes on Nissan GT-R Premium Edition and the Nissan GT-R Egoist Edition, the introduction of rear view camera as standard and choice of an audio Bose Precision Sound System.
Nissan GT-R 2012 will be launched in Japan this fall, while Europe and North America will receive the Japanese model in the spring of next year.