|Popular Cars For Sale||Ford F-150||Chevrolet Silverado||Honda CR-V||Nissan Rogue||Toyota Camry||Toyota RAV4|
It seems the Nissan GT-R has slightly slipped into the background when it comes to the growing mix of sports and exotic cars lately. For some enthusiasts, the GT-R remains to be king of the streets while there is undoubtedly a lot of untapped potential for Godzilla’s VR38 Twin-Turbo V6 engine, just ask the guys at performance shops like Switzer, Cobb Tuning and AMS Performance. Supposedly, an unnamed Nissan insider source at this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed mentioned that ‘a new’ GT-R Nismo edition would be able to run 0-60 mph in about 2.0 seconds.
This statement, whether it has any credibility or not, will follow the natural progression of the GT-R receiving even more power in the next year’s model with an even lighter body. Do you think the GT-R would reach 60 mph in 2 seconds flat straight from the factory? We can only hope and wait.
|Popular New Cars|
|New Acura MDX||New Chevrolet Corvette||New Kia Telluride||New Toyota Highlander|
|Chevrolet Silverado 1500||New GMC Sierra 2500||New Jeep Wranger||New RAM 1500|
|New Chevrolet Equinox||New Honda Accord||New Kia K5||New Subaru Forester|
|New Chevrolet Traverse||New Honda Civic||New Kia Sorento||New Subaru Outback|
|New Ford F150||New Honda CR-V||New Kia Sportage||New Toyota Camry|
|New Ford F250||New Honda Pilot||New Mazda CX-5||New Toyota Corolla|
|New Ford Escape||New Hyundai Tucson||New Nissan Rogue||New Toyota RAV4|
|New GMC Sierra 1500||Jeep Grand Cherokee||New Nissan Sentra||New Toyota Tacoma|