GT-R Racing Competition
Nissan used this weekend’s 2011 Tokyo Auto Salon to roll out a new edition of its GT-R supercar, one aimed at well-heeled track enthusiasts and privateer race teams. If you’re unfamiliar with the Auto Salon, it's essentially the Japanese version of SEMA and manages to draw in the major automakers as well as the big name tuning companies each year. As for the new GT-R model, dubbed the GT-R RC (Racing Competition), it was developed by Nissan’s official in-house tuner and motorsport arm Nismo specifically for track use. It features slick tire-compatible suspension, lightweight...
Nine Nissans Headed To 2011 Tokyo Auto Salon Including New GT-R RC
The Tokyo Auto Salon is the Japanese equivalent to SEMA, a place where big-name tuning firms, motorsport brands and aftermarket accessory specialists congregate to show off their wares. The annual event also offers an opportunity for automakers to present their own merchandise, along with whole...Viknesh Vijayenthiran