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Nissan Skyline 2000 GT-R (C110) specs

Car type Coupe
Introduced 1972
Origin country Japan
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Performance

Top speed200 kph (124 mph)

Powertrain

Engine type inline 6 DOHC n/a
Displacement 2.0 l (122 ci)
Power 160 ps (158 bhp / 118 kw)
Torque 180 Nm (133 lb-ft)
Power / liter 80 ps (79 hp)
Transmission 5 speed manual
Layout front engine, rear wheel drive
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ali ahmed   4y ago

Can you give me the colour code


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Shaggy  7y ago

@ Fangio Man: It does look American, like a shrunken Dodge Challenger. Here's an idea, get one of these, and give it the 5.6 liter V8 engine from the Nissan Titan pick-up, Armada SUV, or Infiniti QX56 SUV.


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Fangio Man  7y ago

This + Big Block = Japanese Muscle Car


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Sàmuél In Dublin  8y ago

Wow, you're right, it is the most American looking Japanese car.


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RedBullRacing  8y ago

Throw-Up


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Monkfg  10y ago

Most american looking japanese car?


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skyline gtr  11y ago

cartoon about a police pursuit in Japan. http://vaumedina.tripod.com/
Nissan 240Z, Skyline R31, Pontiac Firebird and other...


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Anonymous  11y ago

My has that GT-r badge come a long way.


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BumRush  11y ago

It sorta does too :O


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phavyarden  11y ago

LOL XD, hell yeah


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sss  11y ago

it's look like a mini dodge challenger


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SkylineGuy  11y ago

The skyline is my favorite car, and this one has the musclecar feel, but is a skyline none the less


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dennis  12y ago

hands down favorite car of all time, posesses that old school muscle car, but represents all that a gt-r is.


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Georg  12y ago

This Skyline 2000 GT-R was like the BMW 2002 Turbo a victim of the first oil crisis. Introduced in September 1972 production was stoped early 1973 after 197 produced vehicles... the GT-R was terminated. It would be more than 16 years later when another GT-R rolled off the assembly line at Nissan.