2019 Nissan GT-R Owner's Manual
Some consider the 2019 Nissan GT-R one of the cheapest supercars of the model year, yet such a ‘car’ is far from the worst in its category.
Its new design is similar to previous models – there’s an added rigour to the front end, a larger radiator grille and optic geometry. The sporty side skirts accentuate the GT-R’s sporty character, while the higher air intakes provide an indication of the car’s direction of travel.
For such a ‘beast’, Japanese car makers make and install engines with outputs: 540bhp and 600bhp. Their volumes are 3.8 litres atmospheric and the same volume, but modified. The Nissan GT-R has an acceleration of just 2.5 seconds to a hundred, which is simply impressive. And at the same time, consumption, as for sporty driving, is not very high – 12 litres per 100 kilometres.
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