For drivers who prefer the speed of a racing 2018-2019 Nissan released a special version of the GT-R Track Pack. The car gets 550 horsepower under the hood, reinforced lightweight body without rear seats and a height-adjustable sport suspension. 2018-2019 Nissan GT-R version of the Track Pack will cost more expensive than the standard model is 16 thousand dollars, and you can
The 2018-2019 Nissan the GT-the R the Track Pack is initially available only with right-hand drive for the UK car market, and Japan, but before the end of this year, the automaker plans to build a model for other countries fans speed. Exterior changes are modest and include new wheels with black 6-spoke wheels and is combined with the body color white edging on the rim. Lightweight and durable wheels GT-R car saves 10 kg of weight, and are shod with low-profile sport tires Dunlop British production.
For the cooling of the brake 2018-2019 Nissan joint production system and an absolute leader the Brembo, new front splitter GT-R Track Pack features a carbon-fiber air ducts, which help to reduce the temperature of the brakes under extreme loads at 100 degrees. The rear brakes are also cooled by additional channels for air.
Missing in the interior of GT-R Track Pack rear seats allow 2018-2019 Nissan to install two sports seats upholstered in high quality leather and fabric, as well as to strengthen and facilitate the design of the body in general. The developer according to the engine version Track Pack no change, which means that under the hood is working 3.8-liter engine with a V-shaped arrangement of six cylinders, which develops a decent 550 horsepower and can accelerate the car from zero to 100 kilometers per hour 2.8 seconds.
To adjust the suspension GT-R Track Pack 2018-2019 Nissan appealed for help to the driver Toshio Suzuki, whose experience and many hours of arrivals at the Nürburgring for the best rigidity for confident handling. To move on the usual urban and suburban roads, the driver of the new GT-R Track Pack is available at the flick of a switch change vehicle clearance.