With every year Nissan GT-R is getting better and better and the 2013 model is no exception at all. The first version which was launched in 2007 at the Tokyo Motor Show in total produces 473 horsepower, the 2012 version gave out 530 horsepower, and finally, the new version delivers 560 horsepower.
The 2013 Nissan GT-R delivers 550 horses at 6,400 rpm, 20 more than the 2012 model, with 632 Nm of torque (+ 20Nm) available from 3,200 rpm to 5,800 rpm. Despite the increased power, the average consumption is reduced to 11.8 liters / 100 km from 12 liters / 100 km of the 2012 model.
The GT-R 2013 has a new asymmetrical suspension setup for right hand drive models in order to offset the additional weight in the driver’s side, while the chassis has accepted amendments, after which it became stiffer for better driveability and smoother gear changes.
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