Nissan Skyline 2000 GT-R vs Toyota 2000 GT

Picture of Nissan Skyline 2000 GT-R (C10)
Picture of Toyota 2000 GT
Category Skyline 2000 GT-RToyota 2000 GT
Max power (ps / bhp) 160 / 158152 / 150
Max torque (Nm / lb-ft) 180 / 133176 / 130
Curb weight (kg / lb) 1120 / 24691120 / 2469
Power / tonne (ps / bhp) 143 / 141136 / 134

Performance

Category Skyline 2000 GT-RToyota 2000 GT
Top speed 200 kph (124 mph)206 kph (128 mph)

Summary

Category Skyline 2000 GT-RToyota 2000 GT
Track Performance 00
Straight line speed 92100
Total 92100

Verdict

2000 GT is the fastest by a small margin.

However, FastestLaps.com does not have enough laptimes and performance data to make this comparison conclusive.

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Shaggy  7y ago

@ Super8: So Datsun started changing over to Nissan with the Skyline?


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Super8  7y ago

@ Shaggy: That explain why there are no Skyline labeled as Datsun. But, when you goes inside the old Skyline, you will notice a strange thing. The steering wheel and interior is labelled as Datsun but exterior body are labelled as Nissan.


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Shaggy  7y ago

@ Super8: They don't sell the Skyline in America, I wish they did, there would have been people camping overnight at the dealerships and chomping at the bit for an opportunity to buy one. I have driven a couple of Nissans, a 2004 Sentra 1.8, and a 2008 Altima 2.5S Coupe that belongs to my grandmother, both good, solid, reliable, and fuel efficient cars, the Sentra was surprisingly fun to drive, even with only 130 horsepower.


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Super8  7y ago

I ever drive old Skyline GT-R before. That car looks slow judging by it performance but when you drive it, It feels almost as fast as Porsche 911 in the same year. I never drive Toyota 2000GT before because I can't too fit inside and I don't want drive too uncomfortable.


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Shaggy  7y ago

@ Fangio Man: I wonder what my coworkers would think if I drove to work in one of these cars, we're all just a bunch of simple factory workers, they'd probrbly think "WTF kind of car is that?!". Most of them have never even heard of a Toyota 2000 GT or a Nissan Skyline. :D


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Fangio Man  7y ago

OK, to get back to the topic: I would take the Skyline. It looks better, IMO.


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Shaggy  7y ago

It's funny how this conversation that's been going on for a week drifted from the Toyota 2000 GT's cabin space to our heights and weights.


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Fangio Man  7y ago

I measured my height yesterday, and found out I am luckily "only" 190 cm. :D


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Hamcee  7y ago

Size and overall physical fitness have nothing to do with each other

sorry, but thats plain wrong.
you sure can be strong, but u will never be able to attain the same strenght as somebody with the same height and 30lbs more.


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Shaggy  7y ago

@ lafars: I sometimes refer to myself as a human superleggera, I'm underweight, too, at 5'8" I should weigh at least 140 LBS, but I'm glad I'm skinny. :b


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lafars  7y ago

i'm like a road razer, extremely lightweight (have measured myself to be underweight on the body mass index :P)


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Shaggy  7y ago

@ Lafars: I can't figure that out in inches, but at 50 kilograms, you only weigh 110 LBS. Dang!


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lafars  7y ago

update, i measured my height recently, i'm 166cm and 50kg


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Shaggy  7y ago

Disturbingly, Mental is right, BTW, the Skyline's side-view mirrors are a long way from the doors, I think the Datsun Fairlady 240Z's mirrors were the same way.


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Mental  7y ago

LOL.. soon you guys be talking about what's your name, where's your home and how much money in your wallet... and how many burgers you eat a day...
:D


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Shaggy  7y ago

@ CoolShirtGuy: You're right, body mass index doesn't account for muscle, I of course know my height, 5'8", and my weight, 121 LBS, but I don't know my own body mass index, but I'll bet it's a very small number, lol, according to pretty much any physician, I'm underweight, but I can lift a 7' long section of an old telephone pole and carry it on my shoulder, quite easily. Size and overall physical fitness have nothing to do with each other.


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Shaggy  7y ago

@ Hayes: Flabernat is right, and someone's country of descent can have an effect on their physical features, more Americans claim German ancestry than any other, Irish, like me take second place, and most Irishmen aren't very tall. As far as the weight goes, It's like CoolShirtGuy said, when it's said someone's overweight, it normally isn't specifies whether that's fat or muscle, according to statistics, Americans have the heaviest average body weight and the most body mass. California is stereotypically a very fit state, I've never been there, I live in Georgia, we like our fried food and red meat, down here.


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Hayes  7y ago

@flabernat it didn't take me long to work that out. It is an amazing place. Btw the uk doesn't even have gm food.


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Flabernat  7y ago

@Hayes
In America we have descendants from every nationality around the world. We have the best of everything and the worst of everything, some of the fattest people, and some of the most athletic. Lots of food chains, and plenty of family run/owned restaurants.
In my area there are more than a few stores that are dedicated to all-natural non-gmo foods, there is also LOTS of fast-food places as well.... That's just how it is here :)


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Hayes  7y ago

@shaggy I am from the uk. I was in California and I thought peoples weight there wasn't too bad until I was told that California was meant to be a fitness mad state!