Nissan GTR Rent in Dubai
Nissan GTR Rent in Dubai the essence of this supercar is in constant improvement, so technical characteristics, handling and comfort are constantly improving. Introducing the new generation of GT-R cars: a supercar that gives pleasure and emotion from driving always and everywhere.
In the world there are only five Takumi masters who are allowed to collect the GT-R engine manually and attach a nameplate to it.
Drivers of the highest class – better drivers of Nissan – help to create cars that perfectly show themselves on any race track, regardless of the weather conditions and driver training level.
It isn’t found in a lap time. Or a 0–100 number. Or even on a price tag. It’s built on an obsession to detail. And a radical belief that a real supercar delivers performance in real-world conditions. Anywhere. Anytime. So refined, anyone can drive it. Yet so capable, in the right hands it can turn the automotive world on its ear. The Nissan GT-R. Its history speaks of world-beating performance, but the pursuit will always be of pure exhilaration.
It makes sense that the Nissan GTR Rent in Dubai is known as Godzilla among enthusiasts, because it’s incredibly powerful and the vehicular equivalent of a dinosaur. While the almighty Nissan hasn’t changed much since it debuted about 10 years ago, it still provides eye-popping acceleration courtesy of a frenetic twin-turbo V-6 and tenacious all-wheel-drive system. Obviously, reaching the car’s limits on public roads is impossible without committing a felony, but the thing is truly exciting to drive whether it’s blasting down a straight or charging into corners. Despite its many otherworldly skills, the 2020 GT-R is an aging monster that is starting to lose ground on modern supercars and the most outrageous example even costs as much.
For 2020, Nissan updates its most expensive model but falls short of the comprehensive redesign the GT-R needs. The previously available Pure model is gone, which essentially means the price of the base model increased by about $14,000. Nissan also adds a 50th Anniversary edition to commemorate the car’s history and racing pedigree. However, it mainly consists of exclusive exterior features and better interior pieces. The Track Edition inherits performance equipment from the NISMO, and that model in turn adds more go-fast goodies. This includes reduced weight, a recalibrated transmission, and turbos from Nissan’s GT-R GT3 race car.
Somehow Nissan charges six figures for a car that cost less than that when it debuted almost a decade ago—and hasn’t changed much since then. Still, those seeking permanent seat time in the mightiest car to carry the GT-R badge aren’t worried about price. While the ultimate version is the NISMO, it costs more than the exotic McLaren 570 and Porsche 911 GT3 RS. In light of this, we’d suggest the GT-R Track Edition that still gets a NISMO-tuned engine and suspension as well as various other unique exterior and interior addendum. The lone option is carbon-ceramic brakes that we don’t think are worth the $15,000 fee—except for drivers who will actually drive on racetracks.
The Nissan GTR Rent in Dubai standard twin-turbo 3.8-liter V-6 makes a mighty 565 horsepower. It hooks up to a six-speed automatic transmission and all-wheel drive that conspire to put all that power to the pavement. At our test track, the GT-R launched itself from zero to 60 mph in a mere 2.9 seconds. The GT-R’s quick steering, rigid structure, and adjustable suspension can make even amateurs feel positively heroic from behind the wheel. Want more? Check out the Track Edition and NISMO models with a tuned-up engine that makes 600 horsepower. The ride is firm but not punishing and, thanks to active sound cancellation, the thrum of the GT-R’s engine doesn’t punish your ear drums when cruising on the highway.
The EPA estimates that every 2020 GT-R will earn 16 mpg in the city and 22 mpg on the highway. However, we don’t know its real-world mpg since we haven’t tested one on our 200-mile highway fuel-economy route.
Inside, the GT-R’s front seats are plenty roomy but the rear seats are places only small children could find comfortable. The interior is nicely appointed and offers a host of standard features, but those seeking a high-end interior such as those of the Audi R8 or the Mercedes-AMG GT will be disappointed. Every model features a dual-zone climate control, leather-and-suede-covered upholstery, heated front seats, and more. Interior cubby storage is scarce with nothing more than large door pockets and a small center-console bin.
Every Nissan GTR Rent in Dubai is fitted with an 8.0-inch touchscreen that can also be controlled with a rotary knob on the center console. While Apple CarPlay capability, built-in navigation, and a Bose audio system are standard, Android Auto is not an option. Its infotainment system is easy enough to use even if its graphics and menus are not the most attractive.
The GT-R hasn’t been crash-tested by the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration (NHTSA) or the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). You won’t find any of Nissan’s driver-assistance features here, but to be fair, those types of electronics aren’t commonplace in most of the GT-R’s rivals, either.
front-engine, all-wheel-drive, 4-passenger, 2-door coupe
twin-turbocharged and intercooled DOHC 24-valve V-6, aluminum block and heads, port fuel injection
232 cu in, 3799 cc
600 hp @ 6800 rpm
481 lb-ft @ 3600 rpm
6-speed dual-clutch automatic with manual shifting mode
Wheelbase: 109.4 in
Length: 184.6 in
Width: 74.6 in
Height: 53.9 in
Passenger volume: 79 cu ft
Trunk volume: 9 cu ft
Curb weight: 3850 lb
PERFORMANCE (C/D EST)
Zero to 60 mph: 3.0 sec
Zero to 100 mph: 6.9 sec
Standing ¼-mile: 11.2 sec
EPA FUEL ECONOMY (C/D EST)
Combined/city/highway: 18/16/22 mpg