Nissan GT-R will turn into an extreme supercar for ordinary roadsDecember 12, 2019
The British company JRM Group intends to build 23 units of the Nissan GT-R racing for public roads. This project is called the JRM GT23.
As noted in JRM, the company will develop a new body-kit, as well as take advantage of all the experience that was acquired during the development of the Nissan GT-R Nismo GT1 and GT3. The coupe will have a 3.8 liter VR38DETT engine (performance will increase to 650 hp), however, the model will lose the all-wheel drive system. The place of the 6-band “robot” will be taken by a sequential gearbox with pneumatic paddle shifters. The dynamic characteristics of the GT23 are so far kept secret.
In addition, the 2-door will acquire a suspension with the possibility of adjusting the clearance and modified brake mechanisms, 6-piston calipers in front and 4-piston rear.
It is noted that customers will have the opportunity to independently choose the body color and safety cage, and also offer their own versions of personalization. The Extreme kit consists of new aerodynamic components, a pneumatic jack, and also increases engine performance by another 100 hp.
JRM GT23 will cost from 380 thousand pounds, and the cost of the optional Extreme Pack is 452 thousand pounds
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