2018 Nissan GT-R NISMO GT3

Jun 5, 2018

Category: Rides

The last GT3 race car that Nissan released for purchase was three years ago. The 2015 model lived up to its dynamic specs, winning two titles in the SUPER GT GT300 class and the Blancpain Endurance Series, and one overall championship at the Bathurst 12 Hour Endurance race. Three years later, Nissan has made some upgrades to its champion race car. The 2018 Nissan GT-R NISMO GT3 is built to leave the 2015 model in its dust.

Nissan Motorsport International Co., acronym-ized as NISMO, has produced the 2015 GT3’s successor, and it lives up to the championship standard of its predecessor. The Japanese racer sports significant advancements on previous model, including optimized weight distribution and a lowered center of gravity. With a maximum power of 405kw/6,500rpm and a max torque of 637M m/5,000prm – and at just 2,800 lbs – the new 2018 GT3 will exceed the speeds to which you’re accustomed. However, a brand new suspension system provides better dynamics, and the GT3 boasts easy handling for racers and gentleman-drivers alike. The new GT3 will be built-to-order, and will be delivered in January, 2019.

Purchase: $546,000

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