The GT-R uses a lightweight powertrain and wind tunnel honed, downforce generating body to create an extreme road car which is mighty on the track. This is cemented by it’s racing history, winning many races and multiple class championships.
The chassis is a lightweight, fully triangulated steel space frame, built to the highest standards with an integral roll hoop and high chassis sides to enhance both chassis stiffness and offer enhanced protection for the passenger compartment.
The bodywork has been optimised in the wind tunnel to eliminate lift, whilst minimising drag, resulting in a car that inspires confidence at any speed.
The GT-R has been constantly evolved through competition and testing, with evolution continuing as we further optimise both the mechanical and aerodynamic side of the vehicle.
- Performance: Top speed 140 to 160mph depending on final drive ratio and engine used
- 0-60 mph 3.5 seconds for CBR1000RR engined car
- Weight: 450 to 750kg depending on engine and overall specification
- Chassis structure: Steel spaceframe structure with integral roll hoop, structural aluminium side panels and floor
- Bodywork: 5 piece Glass Fibre reinforced plastic body, with optional rear wing or Gurney flap
- Engine: Motorbike engined options with integral 6 speed sequential gearbox (CBR1000RR is our recommended engine providing circa 190bhp at the flywheel/ 170bhp at wheels), an Audi 1.8 engine can also be used.
- Transmission: 6 speed sequential gearbox for bike engine cars with either paddle or stick shift, 5 or 6 speed Transaxle for Audi engines
- Brakes: Front – drilled and grooved disks with 4 pot aluminium calipers, Rear – drilled and grooved disks with single pot handbrake caliper, brake bias adjustable for balance front to rear
- Suspension: Double wishbones with fully adjustable geometry, aluminium dampers with spherical bearings front and rear
- Weight distribution: 50:50 for bike engined cars
- Overall size: Length 3.7m, Width 1.6m