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    Liberty Walk Can Update The Look Of Your Nissan GT-R; For The Right Money

    If you want to buy a brand-new, standard Nissan GT-R you will have to pay about $114,000 for it. Is not exactly cheap, but also not very expensive. Of course, you can also look for an used one. And if you have around $50-60K in your pocket you can end up with a very decent GT-R in your garage. Or, if you already have a Nissan GT-R you can pay the exact same money...

    JRM GT23 Is The Nissan GT-R Nismo GT1 Of The Road

    JRM Group - an U.K. based company - decided to put the Nissan GT-R Nismo GT1 on the road. Its car is called JRM GT23 and will be limtied to only 23 units, each priced at £380,000 or close to $500,000 at the current exchange rates. First deliveries will begin in 2020. It will be available to customers around the globe and open to pre-orders from 10th December 2019. JRM Managing Director Jason King...

    Nissan GT-R50 by Italdesign Goes Into Production!

    The first customer model of the Nissan GT-R50 by Italdesign will go on display at the Geneva Motor Show* in March, before deliveries of the limited-edition car begin in late 2020. Before then, fans can see the prototype model in locations throughout Japan, including at the 2019 NISMO Festival this Sunday. Customer demand for the production version of the car has been strong, with a significant number of deposits already taken, and customers across...

    LEGO Nissan GT-R NISMO looks better than the real deal

    Since the introduction of the LEGO® wheel in 1962, cars have played a central role in thousands of LEGO sets and in the hearts, minds and play of millions of children across the world. Today, the LEGO Group and Nissan have revealed a model that pays tribute to one of the most iconic Japanese supercars, the Nissan GT-R NISMO. This is the first-ever partnership between LEGO and a Japanese automaker. The LEGO model was revealed...

    2020 Nissan GT-R NISMO GT500

    The Nissan GT-R Nismo GT500 is one of the most successful race cars Nissan ever had. And for the 2020 racing season Nissan wants to make it even better. The new car will be based on the 2020 Nissan GT-R Nismo and will be raced in the 2020 Super GT series. It will comply with the new Class 1 technical regulations to be uniformly adopted by the Super GT and DTM (Deutsche Tourenwagen...

    2020 Nissan GT-R NISMO

    2020 Nissan GT-R NISMO Specifications Engine DesignationVR38DETTCam configurationDOHCOrientationLongitudinalCylinders / configurationV6Block / head compositionAluminum/AluminumDisplacement (liters)3.8Horsepower600 HP @ 6,800 RPM1Torque lb-ft481 lb-ft @ 3,600 – 5,600 RPM1Bore & stroke (mm)95.5 x 88.4 (Plasma sprayed bore)Compression ratio (:1)9Maximum engine speed7,100 RPMFuel delivery systemSequential multi-point electronic fuel injectionValvetrain4 valves per cylinder, CVTCSTurbochargerHigh-efficiency, High-capacity NISMO GT3 Twin-Turbo systemEngine mounts2 liquid-filled, front; 1 solid, rearRecommended fuelPremium unleaded, 93 AKI numberEmissions system3-way catalyst...

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