Called ‘Track Pack’, this new version of the GT-R offers a harder edge and yet remains fully road legal.
Externally the Track Pack is easily identified by lightweight six-spoke RAYS alloys with gloss black painted centres, additional cooling ducts for brakes built into the front bumper. Similar ducts, hidden behind the rear wheels, channel cooling air over the rear discs.
The suspension’s spring rates have been revised to be optimal for track use. Like all GT-Rs though, the dampers are adjustable to offer more comfort when the car is being used on the road.
Inside, Recaro front seats are trimmed with blue bolsters and an innovative high grip material to help keep the driver in place during hard cornering and braking. The rear seats have been removed to save weight. A ‘Track Pack’ emblem on the centre console identifies this model as a special GT-R.
The engine under the hood is the same 550 hp unit as in the standard car, that enables the car to reach 60 mph in just 2.7 seconds.
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