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Scoring consecutive championship titles in 2011 and 2012, the Nissan GT-R is a car which takes the fundamentals of locomotion, “run, turn, stop”, and refines them to their utmost peak, crafting one of the most powerful racing-spec machines available. This season's model further optimizes engine response and torque specifications, increasing fuel economy for even greater competitive power. Also, the rear wing and fender employ a special "Shark Tooth"-shaped design, which succeeds in reducing drag while maintaining downforce. Finally, the GT-R is armed with Nissan Motor's proprietary air conditioning system, developed by the company that knows racing better than anyone else.
R35 NISSAN GT-R （2013 SUPER GT GT500） SPECIFICATIONS
|Engine model||VRH34B||Engine displacement||3,396cc|
|Maximum output||over 530ps||Maximum torque||over 45kgm|
|Clutch||5.5"carbon triple plate||transmission||transaxle type, 6-speed sequential|
|Wheels||(front)||13.0J x 18||Tires||(front)||31/71-R18|
|(rear)||13.0J x 18||(rear)||31/71-R18|
Nissan developed the first Japanese-made FIA GT3-spec vehicle, the “Nissan GT-R Nismo GT3 ”, which already gain one victory from its 2012 debut. The 2013 model is equipped with canard-style wings on both sides of the front bumper, along with an optimized front fender and rear wing spoiler, improving aerodynamic performance. The engine's output and durability have also been improved, in pursuit of even greater speed and power.
NISSAN GT-R NISMO GT3（2013 SUPER GT GT300） SPECIFICATIONS
|Engine model||VR38DETT||Engine displacement||3,799cc|
|Maximum output||over 550ps@6500rpm *||Maximum torque||over 65.0kgf⋅m@5000rpm *|
|Clutch||5.5"metal 4-plate||Transmission||6-speed sequential|
|Track||(front)||1,675mm||Suspension||(front)||independent double wishbone|
|Wheels||(front)||13.0J x 18||Tires||(front)||330/710-R18|
|(rear)||13.0J x 18||(rear)||330/710-R18|
|Brakes||(front)||6-piston calipers/ventilated steel discs & pads|
|(rear)||4-piston calipers/ventilated steel discs & pads|
* Any changes in performance adjustment will be determined by the FIA.