Nissan GT-R Track Pack. Dubai, UAE. With Added Bite


And you’ll need them. The GT-R is ludicrously fast right out of the box, and that feeling of almost digital speed hasn’t gone. Press pedal, go fast, and keep going faster and faster. We didn’t get the chance to drive it on track, but it’s almost too fast for many roads – you won’t often get the chance to keep the throttle pinned open for long, unless you don’t value your licence. It’s a beautiful spread of power that’s delivered to all four wheels instantly and laid down with ease, pulling like a ‘roided up greyhound to go even quicker. Serious distances can be wiped out in next to no time.


Does the Track Pack Nissan feel any different to a standard GT-R? Well, maybe slightly. It’s hard to tell without driving them back-to-back, and it’s been close to a year since I’ve been in a standard car. However, the Track Pack does feel slightly sharper, more nimble than I remember. It really is a superbly impressive machine, and if you’re chasing instantly accessible lap times, there isn’t much better.


Nissan GT-R Track Pack
Engine: V6 / 3799cc / twin-turbo
Power: 542bhp @ 6400rpm
Torque: 463lb ft @ 3200-5800rpm
Transmission: Six-speed dual clutch / all-wheel drive / rear limited-slip differential / VSC
Front suspension: Double wishbone / coil springs / adjustable dampers / anti-roll bar
Rear suspension: Multi-link / coil springs / adjustable dampers / anti-roll bar
Brakes: Cross drilled and ventilated discs / 390mm (front) / 381mm (rear)
Wheels: 20 x 9.5 front / 20 x 10.5 rear
Tyres: 255/40/20 (front) / 285/35/20 (rear) / Dunlop SP Maxx GT600
Weight (kerb) 1740kg
Power-to-weight: 311bhp/ton
0-100kph: 2.7sec
Top speed: 315kph
Basic price: $138,692


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