Nissan Unveils the Track Prepped GT R Nismo GT 500
|   Wednesday, August 21, 2013
Nissan is officially the third Japanese car maker to reveal their 2014 race car this week. Nissan has been working with Nismo for quite some time now and this partnership has given rise to the all new Nissan GT R Nismo GT 500. This car will officially rival the likes of GT 500 Touring cars from Lexus and Honda and judging by the reputation Nissan enjoy, the car should fare quite well in the market.

The cars will make their official debut at the Suzuki Circuit early next year and Nissan has a lot to thank Nismo for.
The GT R would not have been possible without special inputs from Nissan's long term technology partner. Although the 2014 Nissan GT R Nismo GT 500 is a lot like its street legal sibling, both vehicles have many differences in terms of aerodynamics and performance.

The Nissan GT R is one of the best known touring vehicles around the globe and is known for its massive performance. It gets its notorious reputation from its predecessor, the Nissan Skyline, most of the components of which have inspired the makers while designing the GT R. The most striking aspect of the Nissan GT R Nismo GT 500 is its aerodynamics. Even though the company claims that it has been toned down, the car is notorious for its aerodynamics. Nissan had exclusively tested this vehicle under the wind tunnel and the results were overwhelming.

From 2014, the Japanese GT 500 Series will sport the same rules as the DTM Series (except for the engine rules) and as a result the Japanese manufacturers will be able to take part in both competitions with a single car and vice versa. The racing spirit is set to be aggravated and this could bring forth a new league in the world of motor sports.

This is going to be a very tough and challenging year for all Japanese constructors as new cars means newer benchmarks in terms of performance. Nissan is yet to announce the specifications of the car although experts believe that at the heart of the system is a turbo charged engine displacing close to 500 BHP.

The Nissan GTR Nismo GT 500 is expected to make its official debut at the Fuji race track on the 1st of December 2013 although the other vehicles could take up to a month to be officially showcased. Nissan is tightlipped about the project at the moment and last minute preparations are on to give the mar any last minute touch ups that it may require. The biggest concern for Nissan at the moment is the Honda NSX Concept, which has been designed keeping in mind a host of futuristic concepts and designs.

Nissan has filed quite a few patents while designing the GT R Nismo GT 500 and this goes on to prove the company's indigenous work force that has gone behind the machine. There is a Japanese revolution hogging the limelight in the car market at the moment and the conditions will prevail till the end of the year.
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