the Nissan GT-R NISMO is a machine very, very fast circuit does not support too much discussion. When the manufacturer made public its time of fastest lap in the Nürburgring, this was evident once more: only 7:08.68, that is to say, very close to the limit of seven seconds and to this day surpassed only by a handful of supercars.
Between these models that exceed the time of the Nissan GT-R NISMO, reducing in turn the seven-minute Nürburgring, we are at the particular Radical SR8LM, and SR8, Porsche 918 Spyder or Lamborghini Aventador SV… and that was it. Yes, it is important to clarify that the GT-R NISMO to the record achieved at the end of 2013 was not a unit strictly serial, but which incorporated a number of settings and specific parts.
well, the Nissan GT-R NISMO N-Attack Package arrives at the SEMA Show 2015 Las Vegas show to be virtually identical to the unit of record at the Nürburgring. That is, the N-Attack Package equipped with an aerodynamic slightly different to the NISMO’s standard, designed to generate a higher downforce.
The most significant detail is her new rear wing, adjustable in twelve positions and with two different heights. The remaining changes are focused on your running gear, with a suspension of a different setting. There is No change in his power, and the V6 engine of 3.8 litres maintains the 600 HP of the NISMO.
GT-R N-Attack Package is presented in SEMA Show 2015, and will be available in the united States through two different kits, which assembly and installation can be done on all GT-R NISMO over Stillen. There will be two packages, both approved for road: N-Attack Package B will cost $ 52,000, not including the Nissan GT-R NISMO series taken as a basis.
There’s more: the N-Attack Package is even more radical, and add additionally new from limited slip differentials in both axles, the deletion of its rear seats and front seats bucket lightweight, with its structure in carbon fiber. In this case, the cost of the package amounts to nothing less than $ 98,000: that is the price that you have to downgrade a few seconds per lap on the Nürburgring…