The Nissan Skyline GT-R R33 is becoming very fast the cheapest GT-R you can buy. On the video below you can see four things you always need to know about this legendary car. The Skyline R33 tends to be under-shadowed by its brothers and this model has several variants, standard, Victory Specification, N1 hardcore evolution, Le Mans, Midnight Purple Edition, Autech GT-R and they were all coming in 3 Series: Zenki, Chuki and Kouki. This model was available in 7 different colors: midnight purple, dark blue, white, silver, dark grey, black and red special.
Nissan Skyline GT-R R33 was the first ever high volume production car that lapped the Nurburgring in under 8 minutes. All that thanks the famous 2.6 L RB26DETT engine and the all wheel drive system. In the first generation this engine had 276 hp, but for the next generations it went up to 320hp and even a 330hp. All that for a vehicle with 1,430 kg (3,146 lbs) of weight.
The formidable performance and unbelievable technology on the Nissan Skyline inspired the Australian automotive magazine “Wheels” to nickname this model “Godzilla“ back in July 1989. The last Nissan Skyline R33 came out from the assembly line on 9 November 1998.
What do you think about this legendary model? Please share your thoughts after watching the video below.
The R33 GT-R is rapidly becoming the cheapest GT-R to buy, so here's four things you need to know about it!Thanks to HP Logic http://bit.ly/2yVB5ok and VTSV http://bit.ly/2yX7oU6
Posted by Car Throttle on Sunday, October 29, 2017