Nissan GT-R 2020

 Nissan GT-R

One of the deans of the category receives some small modifications.
Long recognized, and still today, as the supercar with the best price/performance ratio on the market, the Nissan GT-R is getting a little makeover. Indeed, the one for whom the career is far from over receives some technical and aesthetic modifications. Launched in November 2019, the 2020 Nissan GT-R promises better engine response at low revs, gear changes 0.15 seconds faster with R mode, and slightly reduced fuel consumption. Quite a program, but that should not drastically change the performance of the car, which remains excellent to say the least for a starting price below 100,000 euros.

A revised chassis and new turbos
The engineers, therefore, made some alterations to the chassis with a reworking of the piloted suspension to offer better comfort and better stability. The management has also been reviewed. It would thus become more linear and more precise for minimum corrections to the steering wheel up to 300 km / h. Even more, sanitized this GT-R you say? Under the hood, Nissan overhauled the intake manifold, integrated a new titanium exhaust silencer, and modified the turbos. The power of the 3.8-liter twin-turbo V6 remains the same: 570 horsepower. To brake the car, the travel of the brake pedal has been reduced and it also benefits from new assistance. Nissan did not go into detail at this point.

A little tribute to the Nissan Skyline R34 GT-R
So that was for the technical part. For the aesthetic part, the Japanese firm unveils a new optional gray leather upholstery. New original 20-inch rims are added to the catalog, as is a color called "Bayside Blue", in homage to the famous Skyline R34 GT-R. Apart from that, nothing else to report, except the fact that her replacement is still pending today. It must be said that the current economic situation is not really helping, then the brand is generally more focused on the renewal of its products in volume. Before long, Nissan will present the new Juke, while waiting for the new generation of Qashqai which should show the tip of its nose by the beginning of the next decade.

source: motor1

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