Aiming at those that aren’t satisfied with the recently facelifted GT-R, Nissan released a new limited-edition SpecV version of its sports coupe. In a nutshell, the GT-R SpecV is 60 kg (132 lbs) lighter than the standard car while a special boost control function, increases the twin-turbocharged 3.8-liter V6 engine’s 434lb ft of torque by an extra 15lb ft from 3500-5000rpm. The GT-R SpecV also gets carbon-ceramic brakes and more hardcore suspension settings. In the first official video, we get a taste of the more extreme version of the GT-R at the Nurburgring race-track.
If you’re not invited to the official unveiling, you can wait 9 days – but it’ll cost you 65 bucks.
The stylish rack comes with an appropriately, for a Benz, steep price – namely, $5.6k.
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Buick is gearing up to launch its own version of the GMC Acadia and it could borrow the Envoy name.
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The tech developed with start-up Holoride could become the in-car entertainment system of the future.
Lexus also says that, moving forward, all of its models will be offered with electrified powertrains.
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The tS was first introduced for the 2018 model year with visual changes and a sportier chassis .