BNR 34 to be the last GT-R of the skyline
Aero dynamics is boiled down and the rear diffuser is also a car using the world's first mass-produced car made of carbon.
The Ultimate Driving Pleasure
Second Generation Last GT-R BNR 32
N 1 based on V spec and V spec, and model further conscious of racing were prepared.
The world’s top-level body rigidity, which was enhanced in all vehicles in common, is the two-door coupe of the base vehicle R34
It already has the same body stiffness as R33GT-R of the previous generation.
The body shaped on it has a size down of 75 mm in total length and 55 mm in wheel base compared with R 33.
In the center console, “multifunction display” is adopted instead of triple meter so that various information by digital display is seen.
Long-awaited six speed
Production vehicles Compact size while maintaining the world’s top-class body rigidity exceeding the world’s first carbon diffuser and active LSD, R33, the torque of the RB 26 engine is further improved by reviewing the camshaft.And with the long-awaited Get-Tug 6-speed mission.
6 speed mission
The six-speed overseas sports cars advanced, the image of Lacey = 6 speed increased The 6th speed which was long-awaited from fans was realized.
The installed 6-speed mission made by Getlag is a cross ratio obtained by dividing 1st to 4th gear into 1st to 5th speed.Like the R33 GT-R brake, Brembo brake system is adopted for all the cars.
Adoption of carbon parts
The late minor change of R34, the topic that became the topic in V spec Ⅱ adopted carbon parts Side carbon diffuser and front engine diffuser adopted carbon (adoption of carbon by rear diffuser is the world’s first mass-production car )
The adoption of carbon has become a hot topic only to the problem which GT-R had so far to say that the front is heavy.
The adopted carbon uses dry carbon rather than wet, it is also stronger and lighter weight.
In addition, the intake opened in the front bonnet is said to be the NACA duct, it is thought to be the shape with the lowest air resistance devised by the American Aeronautics and Space Administration (now NASA), and it is cooling the turbine.By the way, there is NACA duct in V spec, there is no NACA duct in M spec Bonnet can tell to a certain extent the distinction between them.
January 8, 1997 Sales start
October 30, 2000 Minor change
May 8, 2001 M specs released
February 26, 2002 Limited car V spec. Ⅱ null / M specknull released
August 2002 end of production
Standard car 3962 units
V spec & M spec 7338 units
N1 base specification 45 units
|Total length (mm)||4600|
|Full width (mm)||1785|
|Overall height (mm)||1360|
|Indoor dimensions length (mm)||1780|
|Indoor dimension width (mm)||1400|
|Indoor dimensions High (mm)||1105|
|Tread, front (mm)||1480|
|Tread, back (mm)||1490|
|Minimum ground clearance (mm)||Previous term model 140
Late model 145
Early V spec, Late V spec II 130
|Vehicle Weight (kg)||Early, late model 1540
V – spec, late VSpec II 1560
|Gross vehicle weight (kg)||Early and late model 1760
Early V spec, Late V spec II 1780
|Minimum turning radius (m)||5.6|
|Drive system||Early, middle, late model, Electronically controlled torque split 4 WD Atesa E-TS
Previous term V-spec, Medium term V-spec ActiveLSD Integrated control4WD ATTESA E-TS PRO
|Steering gear type||Rack-and-pinion Yaw rate feedback Electron SUPER HICAS|
|Suspension, front||Independent suspension Multi link type|
|Suspension, rear||Independent suspension Multi link type|
|Brake, front||Ventilated disc Opposed type 4 Piston|
|Brake, rear||Ventilated disc Opposed type 2 Piston|
|Fuel tank capacity||65|
|Gear ratio 1st gear||3.827|
|Gear ratio 2nd gear||2.360|
|Gear ratio 3rd gear||1.685|
|Gear ratio 4th gear||1.312|
|Gear ratio 5 gear||1.000|
|Gear ratio 6 gear||0.793|
|Gear ratio back gear||3.280|
|Final reduction ratio||3.545|