Nissan GT-R SpecV



The Nissan GT-R SpecV was introduced on January 7th 2009 at the Tokyo Auto Salon. It is based off of the original Nissan GT-R but has some “minor upgrades”. It now has carbon fiber on the front grill, rear spoiler, break ducts and is available in an Ultimate Black Opal paint job. Trust us when we say that this color looks very elegant when seen in person, it really pops.  Now on the inside it’s fairly the same except for carbon fiber Recaro front seats and the rear seats have been completely removed, so the SpecV is not for you and your kids, you and the girlfriend only.  All of this will cost you US$116,710



Power: 545 hp
Torque: 463 lb-ft
Acceleration: 0-60 mph: 2.7 s
Top Speed: 193 mph
Braking Distance: 60-0 mph: 94 ft
Lateral G-Force: 1.04 g
Fuel Consumption: 16 mpg city, 23 mpg highway
Weight: 3,881 lbs
Power to Weight: 0.14
Weight Distribution: 55% front, 45% rear
Emission Levels: 0.99 lbs/mile
Engine: V6 Twin Turbo
Displacement: 3,799 cc



Known in Japan as Godzilla the Nissan GT-R SpecV is considered by many to be the most cost effective supercar. It beats a lot of more expensive cars on the ¼ mile and 1 mile runs (some other supercars get dusted by it pretty bad actually, we wont call names). Also it handles like a dream, all wheel drive ftw.

Nissan GT-R SpecV Commercial:

Equipped with 20 inch Nismo wheels, a reworked suspension, carbon ceramic brakes, titanium exhaust and a more robust suspension are some of the changes that were made on the SpecV. In total it is 132 lbs less than the standard version Nissan GT-R.



The making of the Nissan GT-R



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