With the GT-R Nismo, Nissan offers the ultimate iteration of the Japanese sports. With an even more sophisticated level of efficiency, we pension that could not be more extreme. However, an N-Package variant will emerge at the SEMA Show.
Late in 2013, a Nissan GT-R NISMO lapped the Nürburgring in 7:08.679, the fastest time posted by anything other than the most exotic of supercars. But the car that achieved that record wasn’t quite the same as the GT-R NISMO that (a lucky few) customers can actually buy.
That’s because it was equipped with the N-Attack Package, a collection of upgrades that make super-fast laps of Germany’s most infamous racetrack possible. The N-Attack Package wasn’t offered in the U.S. when the GT-R NISMO launched, but that’s about to change. The U.S.-spec 2016 Nissan GT-R NISMO N-Attack will debut at the 2015 SEMA show next month.
This N-Attack Package sports stronger suspension as well as bucket seats intended to assist the driver with g-forces.
Interestingly, this touts a towering rear wing, grander than the one installed on the “standard” GT-R NISMO.
Other noteworthy modifications the N-Attack Package has in store include the re-shaped front guards including aero flics, the refreshed aerodynamics package including the rear diffuser, side skirts as well as spoiler and the modified suspension.
In the meantime, Nissan will also display a trio of 2016 Titan XD models on the show, including the one sporting products from Nissan\\’s very own accessory range, and another one that comes with a Cummins engine and designed with a gooseneck tow hitch, and finally the third one having been restored by SEMA and its members.
The SEMA Show is slated to commence on Nov. 3 and will be concluded on Nov. 6. It will be held at Las Vegas Convention Center, Upper South Hall, according to Nissan.
The SEMA Show is currently deemed the world\\’s most important automotive specialty products trade event.
Called N-Attack with an “N” for Nürburgring, the pack for the Nissan GT-R Nismo brings a series of improvements oriented towards track use and chasing lap times. This pack also fitted to the GT-R Nismo was sought time to 7\\’08\\’\\’679 on the Green Hell.
Japanese GT receives the opportunity for a specific suspension with Öhlins dampers probably a modified aerodynamic wings and reworked with a more imposing wing.
The cabin gets lighter bucket seats, previously unavailable on versions sold in the US. A second kit will also remove the back seat, while bringing new differentials.
The pack will be exclusively available in the US and installed by Steve Millen Sportsparts. Customers, however, must bring a Nissan GT-R Nismo perfectly original.
The Nissan GT-R Nismo N-Attack will be presented at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas in stride and available at a price of $ 52,000 and $ 98,000 for the further preparation. Rates which must be added the $ 149,990 from the Nismo!