Nissan GT-R ‘Track Pack’ revealed
Don your favourite racing overalls and find money: the GT-R just got harder
Posted: 08 Dec 2011
Allow us to regale you with scientifically proven facts concerning the Nissan GT-R, as proven by Jeremy. It can demolish a Jaguar XKR-S in a straight line drag race. It doesn't use internal combustion in the traditional sense of having an engine, because it has a BOMB underneath the bonnet. And its phenomenal grip is entirely capable of tearing off a man's face.
And now, Nissan has made it even harder. Welcome, Internet, to the GT-R ‘Track Pack'.
Simply put, it gets additional brake cooling ducts, said to reduce brake temperature by up to 100 degrees during track abuse, revised suspension spring rates, lightweight forged RAYS alloys, Recaro front seats trimmed in blue with a ‘high-grip' material and a track pack badge. Oh, and the rear seat has been deleted.
That bomb remains the same, though. Which means 542bhp and a 0-62mph time of 2.7 seconds. Prices start at £84,450, £10k over the standard GT-R.