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NISSAN SKYLINE GT-R

R33

Skyline R33 GT-R

The R33 series was similar to its predecessor, the R32 series. The was continued, as was the optional all-wheel-drive of the sedans and coupes. The car was still sporty, although it had grown a in size and weight and had thus less agile.

However, the disadvantage was compensated in the engine by the new normally aspirated RB25, a inline-6 with 190 hp for the GTS4 and versions, and the far more powerful a 2.5l inline-6 turbo an output of 245 hp, which worked in the Base GTS models were by the RB20E with 130 hp.

R33 Nissan Skyline GTR Review

A burden lay upon the R33 GT-R#8217;s when it was introduced on the 1993 Auto Show. Considering its success as an almost unbeatable car and an excellent road car, anybody could imagine the new could possibly improve on the performance. However, the 1995R33 Skyline GT-R could prove that it was better the old version in almost any way, it too had gained some weight.

The R33 retained its predecessor#8217;s RB26DETT engine with an unchanged 280hp, but had a broader band which made the more flexible. Also were improved versions

Nissan Skyline GTR Racing

took the R33 GT-R to racing, as it did the R32 GT-R. However, in the beginning the R33 was not as as its predecessor. In 1995 and 1996, Motorsport division NISMO the NISMO GT-R LM to the 24 hour of Le Mans. In 1995, the No.22 car og H. and S. Kasuya finished 10th and 5th in its class.

It was modified to rear-wheel-drive and was by a Group N specification engine 400hp. The following year, the No. 23 car of Hasemi and T.Suzuki finished overall and 10th in the class a 2.8-liter version of the RB26DETT 600 hp.

However, at the dawn of its life-cycle, the R33 in livery could secure the title in the 1998 All Japan GT driven by Eric Comas and Kageyama.

NISMO 400R and Skyline GT-R LM Road Car

engine power for production was restricted to 280 hp in Japan, having a car by a tuning division was the only way to get such a regulation. And this is what Nissan did with the in February 1996, a car that was in a very limited number of 99 pieces.

Nissan Skyline GT-R

After contending with the LM race-cars in Le Mans, the GT-R LM Car and the NISMO 400R were intended as versions of these race Both got derivatives of the Le Mans the GT-R LM Road Car with 305 hp and the with 400hp. Unfortunately one GT-R LM Road Car was built to the car for racing, which is confined to a today.

NISMO 400R

The NISMO 400R was powered by an version of the RB26DETT, the 2.8-liter a twin-turbo with an astonishing 400 hp. whereas the GT-R LM Road Car got RWD (like the race-cars), the 400R got improved GT-R technology, ATTESA-ETS etc.

Naturally, both car’s potency was resembled in their as well. Each one of them bigger wheels, wider and wheel-arches and lower suspension, to them a look even dramatic than the already not too standard GT-R.

Autech GT-R 4-door

Autech is a of Nissan specialized in modifying The Autech Skyline GT-Rwas a version of the R33 GT-R, which was as a limited edition for the 40th of the Nissan Skyline. The Autech got all of the GT-R’s standard technology, as as the most vital parts of its like bucket seats

So it really was a GT-R in terms of #8211; just a lot more

NISMO also produced a version of the Autech GT-R, featured the spoilers of the NISMO and a 380hp engine. It is not difficult to that this car was THE attraction on its at the Tokyo Motor Show.

Nissan Skyline GT-R

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