Nissan Skyline GTR 2012 Edition for Hire
Nissan claims this latest version can, but it wasn’t able to prove it, despite several attempts. The best the car could manage was 3.0 seconds. So, in entomological terms, it was about three beats of a bee’s wing slow, a glaring gap between claim and reality. Nissan’s man said it was because the track surface was cold that day. The assembled press snorted skepticism.
Well, we can now confirm that Nissan isn’t full of it. Our 3859-pound test car did an honest 2.9 seconds to 60 mph on our secret high-desert test track running California 91-octane pump gas with the ambient temperature at a slightly chilly 51 degrees. In fact, it did it twice before the clutch got hot and 10ths of a second started to pile on. The fourth launch saw it running about 3.3 to 60. After four launches, the computer requires a 1.5-mile cool-down cruise before it would allow the execution of any more launch-control starts.
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