2013 Nissan GT-R in Japan review and pictures

Posted on Wednesday, 7 November 2012 , 07:11:59 byEmil

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Nissan GT-R in Japan

Japanese carmaker Nissan has a lot of work to do, especially now that a new year is beginning for their GT-R supercar. The specialists will offer a power improvement, but also the design will be also modified. Not long ago, the new model was unveiled in JDM spec for the 2013 model year. The 3.8-liter twin-turbo V6 engine received new injectors for quicker response, a baffle added in the oil pan just maintain constant oil pressure during enthusiastic driving and an improved turbo bypass valve. This last one was offered for better acceleration at higher speeds. The new model now has a lower center of gravity to increase handling. It also got new shocks and stabilizers. The new 2013 Nissan GT-R has a more rigid structure as well. The engineers have provided the Premium Edition model with new Semiarinin leather. The model was developed especially for the Japanese market, but it will also be available in North America, Europe and other regions starting January next year.

The engineers have installed cam bolts on the front suspension to improve camber accuracy. To improve reliability in high-stress situations, the torque from the driveshaft to the hub bearings was increased. With the Pure Edition the quality level of the interior has been improved. The Black Edition has an attractive red-and-black color combination steering wheel which increases the sporty flair of the car. As optional, the ones interested can also choose RECARO carbon bucket seats. The Premium Edition will get a new two-tone interior color for more interior style. Rear View Monitor comes as standard on the Black and Premium edition cars. There are also other factory installed options available like carbon fiber rear spoiler and lightweight aluminum-alloy forged wheels. Well, we have to admit the Japanese specialists have done a great job with the new 2013 Nissan GT-R.