:whogives: After seeing the sticker price and performance numbers, good luck finding anything that can come close in that price range (Besides the exige S on some tracks)Carbonized_GT said:i still find it ugly.
Borrow a really expensive car from someone you know and say you wanna go test drive it. :gap:natewan31 said:i'd take one..in black.
but another 2 years of college plus grad school...i'll just read the car and driver article, its the closest i'll come to one.
How about a picture of the interior where you spend the majority of the time in the car. The Corvette still has an interior that rivals that of a Crapolier. Whenever I hear/see Corvette in my mind its a dressed up Camaro.Red Falcon said:
Nissan won't rival this car...I doubt it...especially not with that 3.5l TT setup...no I don't think so...Red Falcon said:I eagerly await the GT-R performance numbers/nurburgring nordschleife time to see how it stacks up to this beast.
It's actually a 3.8 liter. It won't be powered by a VQ. It's powered by a totally new platform, it will be called the VR. And there will be some factory GT-R's availabe that will come tuned up to 500 hp. I think they will be called the EVO model and not have back seats. If I am wrong, please correct me. This is what I remember from the GT-R forum within www.my350z.com, which keeps pretty good tabs on the GT-R.lVlemphizStylez said:Nissan won't rival this car...I doubt it...especially not with that 3.5l TT setup...no I don't think so...
Blown 6.0l > Turboed 3.5l
There was a thread about it on www.my350z.com. Not sure if it's true though.marc said:Rumors have it that the GT-R is a sub 8-minute lap time
Of course this is unofficial. But at hp levels as high as these...AWD sounds nice.mhoward1 said:The GTR is expected to be available in three different model levels. Base level will be a 480hp twin-turbo V6 engine in the standard base GTR as well as the middle level GTR V-Spec. They will be priced at roughly $57,000 and $67,000 respectively. The range topping EVO version with the same VQHRTT engine as the standard and V-Spec models gets a power increase up to 530hp while losing 220 lbs. from the body for an unbelievably inexpensive price of $94,000.