The keys of the new Nissan GT-R NISMO GT3


Nissan announced Friday that the sports programs of NISMO ahead of the season 2017, with special emphasis on the different projects in the Super GT japanese in the Blancpain GT Series or as a driver in the series most important. However, one of the most important aspects step a bit unnoticed, as the japanese firm also announced that it is developing a new Nissan GT-R NISMO GT3, a model which in principle will be ready to compete from the season 2018 in the different fronts that has the signature japanese in the various categories of GT3 to the length and breadth of the planet.

The new Nissan GT-R NISMO GT3 will evolve in many aspects, but as the GT-R current is based on the production model R35. All in all, we expect a comprehensive review of the majority of its mechanical components, and a aero kit, new wedge. The aim, that the new Nissan GT-R NISMO GT3 is still one of the vehicles GT3 is more balanced, as the current model. All in all, it is likely that the new GT3 for the japanese firm could be ready in the face mandatory testing of the ‘Balance of Performance’ I usually do the AIF for any new vehicle, and that usually take place in September.

Masataka Yanagida and Michael Kruum will be the two pilots
in charge of its development
in a complete testing program that will be
out both in Japan and in Europe, and that among other things has caused the
programme in the Blancpain GT Series will see reduced this season. In fact,
Takao Katagiri, CEO and President of NISMO has confirmed that it will be all the
meat on the grill, in the development of the new GT-R NISMO GT3: “we Want
create a new car highly technological and competitive environment to ensure that the
customers to continue using the GT-R from the ever-growing array of
vehicles GT3 offered by the rival companies and manufacturers