Nissan showcases 2016 model of GT-R supercar
|   Tuesday, October 01, 2013
Every person with an interest in cars has definitely heard about the Nissan GT-R. Throughout the years, this vehicle has become very famous for the speed and incredible performance. Although there have been several other hybrid versions released, the GT-R seems to have remained a constant attraction.

The R35 Nissan GT-R is one of the most thorough versions of the entire line and it has been a huge success in Asia and Australia and it is still developing in Europe and American.


Rumor has it that the new GT-R will be able even to compete with Porsche as it has already passed a couple of comparison tests and has proven to be the fastest vehicle featuring the latest technology and systems.

Exceptionally executed GT-R will keep the same traditional features and design lines but has been seriously enhanced by the engineers in order to become one of those vehicles which absolutely represent the area when they have been launched. The upcoming car is going to be equipped with the latest LED technology which is going to totally compliment the bumper.

On the outside the new GT-R looks super exclusive and swift and it is probably because of the nose which has been completely modified. Together with the lowered hood, the boomerang headlamps and the V-bar grille, the latest vehicle from Nissan will definitely impress through the very aerodynamic and tight look.

Also, some other features which have been totally changes are the air intakes which although might look a bit similar to the previous ones, have been added a slim scoop right above the grille. And we have to admit that the air intakes are rather important to the aero function.

The side sill has also been lowered in order to create a contrast with the black carbon fiber finishes, so, the smooth, exclusive look is guaranteed.
Observed from a side, the GT-R looks refined, yet familiar, probably because of the changes that have been brought to the tail and nose. What is even more, the lowered roofline cuts the height of the car but this is only a great way to increase the aerodynamics. The C-pillar featured by the floating roof has been chosen in order to contribute to the unique overall appearance of the car.

All of the curved design cues of the roof top are meant to offer the new Nissan a very contemporary look and still keep the famous and traditional presence of the GT-R. Compared to the Evo which had the enormous exhaust pipes right down below, the GT-R has been equipped with extra venting and some aero detailing in order to help the reduces diffuser areas.

This was the clever way that the engineers found in order to reach the best stability and force and, even more, to easily have the capacity of reaching top speed. With the super new styling and technology Nissan is sure that the 2016 GT-Ris going to be a hit and that will definitely surpass Z-car and Maxima.
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