The Reappearance of a Classic: Nissan GTR T-Spec Debuts at the Bangkok Motor Show

AshleyMar 20, 2024, 06:14 PM

The reappearance of the classic: Nissan GTR T-Spec Debuts At the Bangkok Motor Show.


At the Bangkok Auto Show, held from March 27 to April 7, Nissan Motor will exhibit a special version of the flagship supercar GTR - GTR T-Spec.


The GTR T-Spec looks the same as the regular GTR, with the main difference in the body color. The car offers six color options, including two exclusive colors: Midnight Purple and Millennium Jade.


Midnight Purple is a tribute to the R33 model. After the R33 launched this color, it quickly sold out and became a collector's item. Nevertheless, Millennium Jade pays tribute to the R34 model because the number of R34s in this color is rare, and thus has great collectible value. In addition, the GTR T-Spec also offers common color choices such as black, gray, silver, and white.




The badge on the rear of the car is also unique. Besides, golden Rays wheel hubs can greatly enhance the sporty atmosphere.




The interior of the GTR T-Spec continues the design style of the regular GTR. Still, it uses a unique Mori Green color scheme, combined with semi-aniline leather and artificial suede materials, creating a more advanced atmosphere.


In addition, the car is also equipped with T-Spec exclusive logo kick plates, further enhancing the recognition.




GTR T-Spec is equipped with a 3.8-liter V6 twin-turbocharged engine with a maximum power of 600 horsepower, a peak torque of 632 N·m, and a 0-100km / h acceleration time of only 2.9 seconds, showing a strong power performance.


In terms of handling, the GTR T-Spec is equipped with RAYS wheel hubs, widened mudguards, and carbon ceramic brake pads further to enhance the vehicle's braking performance and control stability, allowing drivers to enjoy the strong power while having a more precise handling experience.



Please stay tuned for more Bangkok Auto Show news.


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