The Nissan GT-R Nismo N-Attack has been presented on the floor of the 2015 SEMA show and now it can be ordered as an aftermarket pack for the GT-R Nismo.
The N-Attack package includes revised engine control and traction control management systems, four-way Öhlins adjustable dampers, front limited-slip differential, carbon & aluminum dedicated intercooler piping and a carbon plate rear limited-slip differential.
The huge rear wing helps to increase downforce for a better performance on the track, making the car quicker around the corners. Bucket seats with a carbon shell, a dedicated carbon rear bulkhead, a rear-seat finisher and a titanium exhaust system are available.
The Nissan GT-R Nismo was fitted with the N-Attack package when managed to complete a Nurburgring Nordschleife lap in 7:08.679 and became the quickest volume production car around the track… 11 seconds slower than the Porsche 918 Spyder.- via sssupersports.com
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