2012 Nissan GT-R Black Edition

[Description from Wikipedia] The 2012 GT-R (2011 model year for Japan) will feature an engine with revised mapping, changes to valve timing and larger inlets to boost rated power to 530bhp and 612NM of torque from 3200 to 6000rpm. Changes also include a new more rigid front strut bar made from carbon composite, new lighter and stiffer wheels, revised Dunlop tires, larger front brake rotors, new rear diffuser which improves downforce, a new front bumper with integrated LED’s which adds cooling while reducing drag and improved interior quality. The 2012 model year GT-R is scheduled to begin retail in Japan from mid November 2010 and be released in North America, Europe and other regions after February 2011. en.wikipedia.org [Spec] Name: 2012 Nissan GT-R Black edition (Japanese Market Spec) On Sale: Oct. 18, 2010 in Japan Color: Meteor Flake Black Pearl Price: 9303000JPY (approx. 115000USD) Size: 4670 x 1895 x 1370mm Wheelbase: 2780mm Weight: 1730kg Engine Displacement: Twin-turbo 3799cc (V6 3.8L) Horsepower: 530ps/6400rpm Torque: 62.5kgfm/3200-6000rpm Tires: front-255/40ZRF20, rear-285/35ZRF20 [Website] Nissan GT-R (in Japanese): www2.nissan.co.jp

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26 thoughts on “2012 Nissan GT-R Black Edition

  1. Japan Wallpaper
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  2. i didnt see this car has the shifter on the wheel, but if you dont manually shift a car like this it is not worth driving to me.

  3. So you’re saying a F1 car isn’t worth driving? Just because you feel mechanically connected to the car by means of a manual stick gearbox doesn’t make you a better driver and definitely doesn’t mean a better car.

  4. No. 2002 was the last production of Nissan Skyline’s. Nissan GT-R debuted in 2007 in Tokyo and released to consumers in 2008 entering the North American market for the first time.

  5. Is there a Nissan 2013 GT-R Left Side Driver seat That I can find in the U.S?

  6. AMS Alpha 12 Nissan GT-R:

    0-60mph in 2.4 secs
    1/4 mile in 8.9secs at 169mph

  7. yes but thats what they say in the magazines! could you link me?
    I mostly watch driving reviews
    Have you heard of the gt-r r33 JUN tuned(1000bhp)? thats exciting!!!

    0-100k/hr 2.8s (60miles)
    0-305k/hr 12s (190) some other sources say 14.1s
    Max speed 376k/hr (234)

  8. Nissan GT-R is one of the most exciting car to drive according to expert reviews. Read the latest magazines. It’s not smooth at all. You will not get 0-60 record and quarter mile record for being smooth. GT-R’s acceleration is the quickest I’ve ever seen without losing momentum.

  9. i understand this car was made for speed but manuel is real driving. Anyway apparently this car didn’t get a good review on it’s excitement levels. Its way to smooth and grippy that it doesn’t even feel like a fast sports car :/

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