Video: 2012 Nissan GT-R 0-100km/h Sprint in Less Than 3.0 Seconds?

The Nissan GT-R is definitely one of the fastest sports cars out there. The brand new 2012 upgraded version of Godzilla is heading our way. A rumour is suggesting the brand new version will be hitting the epic sub-three seconds barrier.

This latest video suggests the rumour is legit. Inside the footage you will see the new 2012 Nissan GT-R undergoing acceleration tests with the car’s chief engineer, Kazutoshi Mizuno, overseeing the process. The facelifted version got some aerodynamic improvements, an updated launch control system and a more powerful version of the sports car’s twin-turbocharged V6 engine producing 523hp and 451lb-ft of torque.

The record sprint time of 3,046 seconds was set on a cold track at Sendai Hiland in Japan.

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  1. Put on a Switzer Kit and that will be even more incredible :D Hopefully they figured out how to keep gearbox / oil temperatures low – old model got to hot to fast.


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