When the Nissan Skyline was highlighted in the Fast and the Furious movie, the world was made aware of the fact that this Japanese auto manufacturer has the capability of producing extremely fast and powerful sports cars. Fast forward to the present day and Nissan has completed its most powerful sports car and has released it on the market, the 2015 Nissan GT-R. For the 2015 Nissan GT-R, no other feature is more highlighted than its powertrain. Some of today’s prominent and renowned sports cars have engines only in the 300-400 horsepower range. The Nissan GT-R, with its turbocharged 3.8L V-6, has an output that reaches 545 horsepower which is already within supercar territory. Just when you think it couldn’t go further, the Nissan GT-R Nismo with its special configuration cranks up the output at up to 600 horsepower.
The 2015 Nissan GT-R owes its tremendous output to precise engineering design of its powertrain. Twin turbochargers feed from direct-injection and channel super-combusted fuel into tremendous power.
The Nissan GT-R has an all-wheel drivetrain which serves to keep it in check by ensuring maximum road grip. Finally, the dual clutch automatic transmission system allows precise timing during gear shifting.
Some critics take note of what they saw inside the 2015 Nissan GT-R. While the cabin still looks impressive, no one would fault them from opining Nissan could have done better with design and overall refinement, considering the price of this sports car reaches up to six figures. Materials are good in quality, but the arrangement makes it almost ordinary.
You can actually make the 2015 Nissan GT-R and creep silently like a trained assassin. Its powerful engine produces just a slow hum, barely audible like when easing up on city sidewalks. Of course, what everyone raves about is the magnificence of the GT-R in full throttle as it reaches 60 mph from idle in less than three seconds.