quinta-feira, 6 de janeiro de 2022

Nissan GT-R


  • The GT-R was born in 1969 when Nissan installed the high-performance S20 2.0-litre straight-six engine into the PGC10 Skyline sedan
  • In September 1972, the second generation Skyline GT-R debuts with just 197 cars ever produced due to the global oil crisis
  • After a 16 year hiatus the GT-R nameplate returns in May 1989 with the global debut of the R32
  • In 1990 Nissan Australia introduced the GT-R nameplate and imported 100 vehicles to support Nissan Motorsport
  • Nissan Motorsport won back-to-back at Bathurst in 1991 and 1992
  • Tokyo Motor Show 1993 saw the global debut of the R33 GT-R although the car didn't begin production until January 1995
  • In January 1999 the R34 GT-R was revealed – a shorter and more muscular evolution in design
  • Five years after R34 production ceased, Nissan unveiled the R35 G-R at the Tokyo Motor Show in October 2007

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