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Nissan R35 GTR
The Nissan R35 GTR made its debut at the 2007 Tokyo Motor Show, and its launch to the Japanese market was the 6th December 2007. It was launched to the U.S.A July 07, 2008. The Nissan R35 has its engine and rear-mounted dual-clutch gearbox built by hand, limiting production to around 1000 cars a month. It also features the world’s first independent transaxle 4WD developed by Nissan.
Although the R35 no longer carrys the “Skyline” badge, it has heritage in the earlier models. Just like its predecessors, the “R32-R34”, the R35 is all-wheel drive with a twin-turbo 6 cylinder engine. But thats about all they have in common, the traditional Straight-6 RB26DETT engine has been replaced with a new V6 VR38DETT, also the four-wheel-steering HICAS system has been removed. The R35 with the chassis code CBA-R35 is carrying on the naming trend from previous Skyline GTR’s. It has also retained the nickname “Godzilla”.
The first Nissan R35 concept was shown at the Tokyo Motor Show in 2001 to show how the 21st century model would look. Nissan unveiled a redesigned concept at the 2005 Tokyo Motor Show, the GTR Proto, stating that the production model would be 80-90% based on this concept.
The creators of the Gran Turismo series of racing video games, were contracted to design the multifunction display. The R35 gives ultimate performance for virtually every driving condition whether it be on the Nurburgring circuit, on snow, rain or urban streets, it is all manageable to the GTR driver through the advanced technology and driving dynamics.
|engine||VR38DETT6 Alloy 60 Degree V6|
|aspiration||IHI Twin Turbochargers in Manifold System|
|valvetrain||DOHC, 4 Valves per Cyl|
|displacement||3799 cc / 231.8 cu in|
|bore||95.5 mm / 3.76 in|
|stroke||88.4 mm / 3.48 in|
|power||352.7 kw / 473 bhp @ 6400 rpm|
|124.51 bhp per litre|
|bhp/weight||270.29 bhp per tonne|
|torque||588.42 nm / 434 ft lbs @ 3200 rpm|
|body / frame||CBA-R35 Unit Steel|
|driven wheels||ATTESA ET-S All-Wheel Drive (AWD) w/Carbon-Composite Driveshaft to Rear Transaxle, Transfer Case|
|wheel type||Rays Forged Wheels in Gunmetal Gray Finish|
|front tires||P255/40R-20 Dunlop SP Sport|
|rear tires||P255/40R-20 Dunlop SP Sport|
|front brakes||Vented Brembro Discs w/6-Piston Calipers, ABS, EBD, BA|
|rear brakes||Vented Brembro Discs w/4-Piston Calipers, ABS, EBD, BA|
|f brake size||386 mm / 15.2 in|
|r brake size||386 mm / 15.2 in|
|steering||Rack & Pinion w/Speed Sensitive Variable Assist|
|f suspension||A-Arms w/Bilstein Damptronic Shock Absorbers, Coil Springs, Anti-Roll Bar|
|r suspension||A-Arms w/Bilstein Damptronic Shock Absorbers, Coil Springs, Anti-Roll Bar|
|weight||1750 kg / 3859 lbs|
|wheelbase||2779 mm / 109.4 in|
|front track||1590 mm / 62.6 in|
|rear track||1600 mm / 63 in|
|length||4655 mm / 183.3 in|
|width||1895 mm / 74.6 in|
|height||1370 mm / 53.9 in|
|transmission||6-Speed Dual Clutch Automatic Transmission|
|top speed||310.54 kph / 193 mph|
|0 – 60 mph||3.5 seconds|
|0 – 1/4 mile||11.7 seconds|
From 1973 to 1977, the C110 generation Skyline was produced, known as the Kenmari thanks to the commercial with owners named Ken and Mary. It too had a GT-R version but only for 1973, which would make it the last GT-R branded Skyline until 1989.
The R30 was a successful and remarkably versatile design, available as a coupe, four-door sedan, five-door hatchback, and a four-door wagon. All told, the R30 was available in 26 variations, none of them really hinting at what the Skyline would one day become.
1986 saw the introduction of the R31. It was a little bigger and boxier than previous models, and was the first to get the famous “Red Top” Skyline FJ20 engine with red cam covers and the Nissan Induction Control System.
THE R32 SKYLINE GT-R
The Skyline had been through many phases, but it was in 1989 that the real precursor to the GT-R of today was introduced. The R32 Skyline GT-R had all-wheel drive and the famed Nissan RB26DETT inline six engine that pumped out 280 horsepower. It still wasn’t sold in America, but the JDM (Japanese Domestic Market) model was and still is a legend in the American tuner community.
A stripped-down version of the R32 entered the Japanese Touring Car Championship in 1989 and won every race it started—29 in a row—over the next four seasons. It was then that the legend of the GT-R was truly born.
R33 SKYLINE GT-R
After first appearing to the motoring world as a prototype at the Tokyo Motor Show in 1993, the R33 Skyline GT-R was finally launched to the public in January 1995 again with the famed RB26DETT.
In its evolution from the R32, the R33 Skyline GT-R became a faster, more stable car, thanks to highly improved body stiffness, better weight distribution and optimized traction control provided by the new all-wheel drive system called “ATTESA E-TS PRO”.
THE R34 SKYLINE GT-R
The R34 Skyline GT-R was introduced in 1998, and was available from 1998 to 2002. A technologically advanced display unit set the model apart, while it’s RB26DETT twin-turbo I6 engine produced impressive horsepower. The shorter wheelbase and more streamlined body of the R34 helped it to achieve even higher performance than its predecessors.
THE FIRST NISSAN GT-R
In 2008, the GT-R officially landed on American roads. Nissan dropped the Skyline name and added a twin-turbo V6 that put out 473 horsepower, propelling the GT-R to performance levels that could not only compete with, but outclass legendary American muscle cars as well as German and Italian supercars. Overnight, the GT-R became a legend. Its technologically advanced road-grabbing all-wheel drive provided exhilarating handling, and it was all wrapped up in a sleek, yet muscular, modern exterior design.
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2021 GT-R® ACCESSORIES
2020 NISSAN GT-R 50TH ANNIVERSARY
Making its debut at the 2019 New York International Auto Show, the 2020 Nissan GT-R 50th Anniversary Edition took the nameplate to a level that was unimaginable when it was first introduced 50 years ago. To celebrate the half-century of the GT-R, engineers challenged themselves to find undiscovered performance potential while still making sure the car could be enjoyed by drivers at any level.
2021 NISSAN GT-R T-SPEC SPECIAL EDITION
One year after its worldwide 50th anniversary celebration in 2020, the legendary Nissan GT-R returned for 2021 with its high performance and unparalleled refinement firmly on display.
The GT-R T-Spec stands apart as an instant collectible with exclusive colors first seen on the Nissan Skyline GT-R R34. Also with gold-painted NISMO forged wheels and wider front fenders to accommodate forged 20-inch wheels, this special edition proves to be a rare sight.
GT-R NISMO SPECIAL EDITION
In 2020, the car’s engineers incorporated new turbochargers that now help the GT-R Nismo produce 600-horsepower. The change also helped increase the engine’s low rpm response providing tighter clearances and a 5% increase in efficiency. The result was even sharper engine response in and out of corners, making the driving experience more rewarding and richer than ever before.
The GT-R NISMO Special Edition proves that beauty is more than skin deep with this unique carbon-fiber hood with clear paint. Inspired by the R34 Skyline GT-R V-spec II N1, it not only looks amazing, it saves precious grams of weight. [*]
FROM SKYLINE TO GT-R: THE ENGINE
The first Skyline engine, introduced by the Prince Motor Company in 1957, was a 1.5-litre 4-cylinder power plant that produced 60 horsepower. Yes, 60 horsepower.
Fast-forward to 1988, when Nissan introduced a new RB26DETT engine with the R32 Skyline GT-R. This powerful (at the time) 2.6-L twin-turbo was capable of producing 280 PS (162 kW; 276 hp) and had 271 ln-ft of torque.
Things have continued to change. Today, the GT-R’s engine pumps out nearly 600 horsepower – about 10X as much as the original Prince engine. To understand what the modern Nissan GT-R is all about, you just have to lift the hood. The engine you’ll see is not a gas-guzzling behemoth, but a remarkable piece of advanced technology generating power from a 3.8-litre twin-turbo V6. When a GT-R is being built at our facility in Yokohama, Japan, we don’t let just anyone assemble the engine.EXPLORE GT-R PERFORMANCE
Just four men are trusted with the task of building the GT-R’s engine, and they are called “The Takumi”. Roughly translated, Takumi means “master craftsman” in English, and master craftsmen they most certainly are. Combined, they have more than a century of experience, and when they finish building, by hand, a GT-R engine, they literally put their name on their work. A special plaque is mounted on each engine, displaying the name of the man who built it.
THE GT-R IN POPULAR CULTURE
A car—a supercar—like the GT-R tends to draw a lot of attention, and over the years it has popped up in places other than the road. Several GT-R models have appeared in the ongoing video game series Need For Speed. Both the GT-R and Skyline are featured in the wildly popular Fast and Furious movie franchise. Dozens of different versions of the GT-R appear in the revolutionary driving simulator/game Gran Turismo as a virtual car, the response was so enthusiastic that a real concept car was built.
One just sold on Bring a Trailer for $315,187, and it was brought into the country by legal means, specifically NHTSA’s Show or Display rules. As the listing points out, the buyer needs to be aware that the rules limit the use of the car to 2,500 miles annually. The buyer will also need to apply for a new Show or Display permit from NHTSA.
The limitation didn’t deter bidding. We’re not surprised as the car appears to be a particularly clean example of a 1999 Skyline GT-R V-Spec finished in delicious Midnight Purple II. Only 282 examples were painted this way for the 1999 model year.
1999 Nissan Skyline GT-R V-Spec (R34) – Photo credit: Bring a Trailer
The odometer lists approximately 64,000 kilometers (just under 40,000 miles), with roughly 500 of those added by the current owner. The car is located in Denver, Colorado, and has a clean title from the state.
Like all R34 GT-Rs, the car comes with a 6-speed manual, all-wheel drive, all-wheel steering, and a twin-turbocharged 2.6-liter inline-6. The engine is officially rated at 276 hp and 260 lb-ft of torque, though it’s well known that this is an understated figure to meet a previous gentleman’s agreement between Japanese automakers to limit output to 276 hp in the interest of safety. The V-Spec grade adds a standard limited-slip differential at the rear, among other extras.
1999 Nissan Skyline GT-R V-Spec (R34) – Photo credit: Bring a Trailer
According to the listing, this particular car was given a major service last December at Blue Chip Services of Englewood, Colorado. Work done included replacing the timing belt, water pump, spark plugs, ignition coils, oxygen sensor, and valve covers, plus cleaning the fuel injectors and adding fresh oil and coolant.
What about the 25-year rule for easy imports of classic cars into the U.S.? The R34 Skyline won’t be eligible until 2024 but the rule already allows R32 and R33 generations to be imported, and the GT-R versions of those cars feature a similar mechanical setup to the R34 GT-R.