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Nissan will offer automotive enthusiasts a vehicle line-up that hits the high notes in performance, luxury and elegant design Nissan’s GT-R, often known as “Godzilla,” is already a force to be reckoned with as far as fast cars are concerned. Now, a leaked report published in Japan is suggesting that Nissan has plans to increase horsepower with the aid of an electric motor. Weeks ago, we heard the first rumblings of a Nissan GT-R performance hybrid, The report confirms that Nissan will go with a 3.8 liter twin turbocharged V6 worth 440hp paired with a 160 hp electric motor, similar to the combination used for the Infiniti Essence concept, which was built atop the GT-R platform.
The result will be a simultaneous boost in horsepower, up 100 hp from the current GT-R, and efficiency–up to 25 to 30 mpg. In the end, Nissan plans to offer a GT-R that offers the same high-end quickness and performance of the current model, while boosting fuel economy. The Nissan GT-R is already an absolute beast on the road capable of a 3.3-second 0 to 60. And with a base under $77,000 it’s the all-out performance sports car you can actually hope to own. Nissan’s current GT-R relies on a 473-hp twin-turbocharged V6 to pump out its enviable performance figures. According to a recent leak published in Japan’s Best Car Magazine, the next Godzilla coming to market will pair a 160-hp electric motor with a 440-hp engine with hopes of boosting performance even more. Though no hard specifications were given, it’s not hard to imagine this new GT-R tearing more expensive supercars to pieces.
GT-R was powered with lack of torque, courtesy of turbos. The concept of a new multi-dimensional performance machine that delivers “an ultimate supercar for anyone, anywhere, at anytime”. Starting from its magnetic, perfectly proportioned styling to a shorter wheelbase, shorter overall length and lower height all the delivers a truly distinctive driving experience.
In the near future, Electric vehicles would dominate the market and that is exactly what Nissan plans to do. It aims to be the automotive industry leader in selling mass electric vehicles in the United States and would invest about $1.6 billion to construct electric vehicle assembly operations in Smyrna, TN. It would train about 1300 workers for the project. Talks are on the way to retail the five passenger electric plug in vehicle through various dealerships in 2012.
According to Woodard, director of Government affairs at Nissan North America, until there is established infrastructure that is hard-wired it is impossible to sell EV. And that is what she has been doing non stop since last year. Woodard has been working out partnerships with government and utilities in eight cities, recharging system at Oregon and trying to sign up most of the states by end of the year.
Nissan hopes to act as pathfinders for introduction of Electric Vehicles and pave way for competitors to enter the market and sell electric vehicles.