Speed, throttle and power are something that you would generally associate with Nissan. Nissan is no joke when they come down to serious business. They have been under rated for a long time in the automobile industry. They have decided to hit back with some real piece of mechanism that could send chills down spine of producers like Ferrari and McLaren. They mean business as they prepare to launch 2016 Nissan GT-R.
Previous versions of Nissan GT-R were available with a twin turbocharged V6 engine that produced around 580 HP on average. While lower models and base models could only generate 545 HP of power, upper models went to a maximum of 595 HP of power. This is serious power for a car of its kind.
Latest news states collaboration between Williams F1 and NISMO team is highly possible. This is likely to beneficial for the car. While some think it could be just a mere merger others know for a fact this time they could create havoc. Without hesitation you can know that there will not be many changes to basic 2016 Nissan GT-R design and interiors.
Are there any changes in new 2016 Nissan GT-R?
No, there are absolutely no changes to 2016 Nissan GT-R. It will be as it is. Only things that you could look for are an upscale of fabrics inside the cabin and few minor chrome touches to its exterior body. Other than that design of this car is going to remain as it is. People love this design and the producers don’t intend to hurt people sentiments at the moment.
What possible upgrades can 2016 Nissan GT-R get?
Taking environmental factors into concern, possibly you could see lower emission rates and better fuel efficiency. However 2016 Nissan GT-R’s most attractive part lies under its hood. It no longer uses just a twin turbo engine. Along with a twin turbo V6 engine it will provide an electric motor that makes this car a hybrid.
Together they can produce up to 800 HP of power. It has also been stated that this car could hit top speeds of around 211 miles per hour. Acceleration stands tall for this car and it claims that it can reach from 0 to 60 miles per hour in just 2.7 seconds. The car will reach dealers by mid 2016. So wait a little longer if you want to buy a 2016 Nissan GT-R. By: BestCar