2012 Nissan GT-R

I wouldn’t necesarily call 485 horsepower super car material, but the upcoming revamp of the GT-R or American bred Skyline is sure to please.  Consider it tweaked to higher standards and a stand out amongst import super car fans, who long for the Skyline available in Japan.  With more horsepower, better aerodynamics, and some extra functional tweaks to appearance.

First of all, what makes the 2012 Nissan GT-R so amazing as a sports car is it’s ability to perform like a race car.  At high speeds the GT-R puts the body lines to work, with functional aerodynamics.  This allows the GT-R to handle better, accelerate faster, and exit the lines on curves like a pro.

Hyper Blue is the color of choice for demo models of the 2012 GT-R being shown off to European countries.  Starting early next year, 2011, we can hopefully see some of these beauties on American show room floors.  In addition, don’t expect a big price jump because of all these improvements, Nissan is shooting for a low $80,000 price tag like the 2011 GT-R models.

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2 thoughts on “2012 Nissan GT-R

  1. Chris Weber

    I’m a fan of the GTR. It seems like Nissan is the new trend in my area around here. Kids want nothing more than to just boost these nissans and drift around corners.. muscle cars have been doing that for ages 🙂

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  2. Sylvia Bluebird

    It’s amazing how much this car does with what it has. The four-wheel drive system is on par with, if not more advanced than Mitsubishi’s Active Yaw Control, which they put on their top-of-the-line cars and rally cars.

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