Nissan Skyline GT-R
On January 1999, the third generation of GT-R, counting from R34GT-R, was released for sale. On the base of 2 door coupe model, which was fully changed in a previous year, the improvements of its basic performance, such as driving, turning, and stopping, and the strengthening of body rigidity, were made so that drivers could fully take advantage of its potential. When it comes to exterior, it is equipped with aero parts on front, rear, and side. It also adopts the two wing-type rear spoiler and the stainless steel exhaust in a large-diameter dual type. Those new features represent a high unique performance of GT-R. For its interior, monoform bucket seats, mulit-function display, and engine immobilizer are equipped. Engine is a normal 2.6 liter in-line 6-cylinder twin-turbo, but the maximum torque is enhanced than the R33 type by further refine. Transmission is available only in 6-speed MT, which is jointly developed by Getrage Corporation from Germany. Driving system is conventional; however, it is 4WD with Atesa E-TS. The electric super HICAS, which enables a high precision driving, is adopted on its underbody. For its breaking system, it adopts the brake, which was made by Brembo, the same braking system as R33 model. The weight of the car is lightened by adopting an 18 inches forged aluminum wheels. Also, it has a substantial security equipment, such as dual SRS airbag, ABS, and so on.