1,100-horsepower Nissan GT-R accelerates to a maximum speed of 378 km / hApril 18, 2019
Recently, we have often started showing videos from the Johnny Bomer test site. These guys are trying to accelerate various cars to maximum speed using a runway length of 3.7 km. In their latest videos, they tested sports cars from German Porsche, British McLaren, American Ford and Italian Lamborghini. This time, they decided to greet what a modified version of the Japanese supercar Nissan GT-R is capable of.
This Nissan GT-R has 1,100 horsepower and 1152 Nm of torque under its hood, which are then transmitted to all four wheels. I want to note that only a few hypercars can boast of such indicators.
High power means high boost and large turbines, so a small “power failure” at low revs should be expected. As soon as these massive turbochargers begin to unwind strongly, the ordered part of the race begins. The upgraded GT-R is carried like a high-speed, high-speed train that accelerates to an incredible speed of 378 km / h.
The video shows that the completely non-standard GT-R disappears from sight in the blink of an eye, and its turbines begin to howl for like a fraction of a second, like jet engines.
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