We got our hands on a 2012 Nissan GT-R in Deep Pearl Blue to do some real world testing on the dyno and the drag strip. Nissan’s modest refresh of the Nissan GT-R for 2012 includes a power bump from 485HP to 530HP along with updated suspension components, new seats, LED daytime running lights and a host of other interior and exterior improvements. Nissan states that the increase in power comes from tweaking the intake and exhaust along with an increase in boost pressure to 13.5 PSI. The GT-R we tested had two options, floor mats and a back-up camera Read More
Take a look at this video of a stock 2012 Nissan GT-R run head to head against a 2005 Ford GT modified with a pulley change and tune. The 2012 Nissan GT-R was using it’s updated control system allowing for 0-60 MPH in just 2.9 seconds. The Ford GT has no such systems available and was able to keep the bleeding to a minimum on the launch using it’s big fat tires, a lot of power and a bit of finesse.
Take a look at some pictures of the first Bugatti Veyron SuperSport delivered in the US at Symbolic Motors. This Veyron SuperSport is a 1 of 5 World Record Edition referring to the highest speed reached for a production car at 267 MPH. With a price tag of over $2.7 Million and 1200HP, this is one amazing piece of engineering. Enjoy the pictures and walk around video below: