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POV footage of Nissan GTR’s launch control reaching 0-60 is astronomically quick

Nissan GTR is as impressive as ever
  • With a top speed of 320km/h, the Nissan GTR means serious business.
  • Nissan GTR, often dubbed Gran Turismo-Racing, has wowed enthusiasts worldwide with its blend of power and precision.
  • The GTR’s journey began in 2000 as part of the ambitious Nissan Revival Plan

 

Published on Mar 28, 2024 at 7:28PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Apr 2, 2024 at 6:56PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Kate Bain

It’s quick, it’s stylish, it’s sleek, it’s everything a car enthusiast dreams of – it’s the Nissan GTR.

If you’re scratching your head, wondering what all the hype is about, check out the video below – this baby rockets from 0 to over 60mph in a mere 2.85 seconds thanks to its launch control.

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Impressive, right?

But hold on, there’s more.

With a top speed of 320 km/hour, this beast means serious business.

Get this – some sources claim it can hit 0 to 60 mph in just 2.7 seconds, while others swear it can do it in a mind-blowing 2.48 seconds.

If you’re bursting with love for cars and the Nissan GTR, GT Content on YouTube is your go-to destination.

Whether you’re into jaw-dropping customizations, head-to-head comparisons with other beasts, or nifty hacks, there’s something to tickle your fancy.

Now, let’s peel back the curtain a bit and explore what makes the Nissan GTR tick, shall we?

Since its inception in 2007, the Nissan GTR, often dubbed Gran Turismo-Racing, has fascinated enthusiasts worldwide with its blend of power and precision.

The GTR’s journey began in 2000 as part of the ambitious Nissan Revival Plan, aiming to craft a sports car that would dominate the global stage.

This dream materialized into reality with the production debut at the 2007 Tokyo Motor Show, marking the culmination of years of development and testing.

Pioneering technologies like advanced aerodynamics, the VR38DETT engine, and an innovative all-wheel-drive system propelled the GTR into automotive lore.

Notably, it introduced features like launch control and a dual-clutch transmission, setting new benchmarks for performance. And let’s not forget about the brand’s priceless contribution to EV technology

Despite accolades and victories in motorsports, regulatory hurdles have led to its withdrawal from certain markets, adding a bittersweet chapter to its storied history.

However, today Nissan stands proudly as one of the most famed and appreciated car brands, and with overperforming cars like the Nissan GTR, iconic sports cars like Z Nismo, Hyper Adventure, and many more, the future of the brand looks brighter than ever.

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