Nissan GT-R Skyline 2 fast 2 furious
64,623 units sold
Assembly Musashimurayama, Japan
Body style 4-door sedan
Layout Front engine, rear-wheel drive / four-wheel drive
Engine 2.0 L RB20DE I6 (GT)
2.5 L RB25DE I6 (25 GT, GT-X, GT-V, GT-4)
2.5 L RB25DET I6 (GT-T)
2.6 L RB26DETT I6 (GT-R)
Transmission 4-speed automatic
Wheelbase 2,665 mm (104.9 in)
Length 4,705 mm (185.2 in) (sedan)
Width 1,725 mm (67.9 in) (sedan)
Height 1,375 mm (54.1 in) (sedan)
Curb weight 1,536 kg (3,386.3 lb) (GT-R)
1,410 kg (3,108.5 lb) (GT-T)
Related Nissan Laurel
Nissan Skyline GT-R
Designer(s) Kozo Watanabe
In May 1998, the EN34, HR34, ER34 and BNR34 marked the introduction of the more fuel-efficient and environmentally friendly RB25DET NEO engine. The RB20E engine was discontinued in the R34 base model (GT), and the RB20DE, after last being used in the R32 Skyline, was reintroduced in updated NEO guise. The R34 GT powered by the RB20DE NEO, coupled with a 5-speed gearbox, became the most fuel-efficient straight-6 Skyline to date (of any shape). " The 4-speed automatic transmission available on some models in the previous two shapes were discontinued. In its place, Nissan produced a 4-speed Tiptronic transmission for all of the automatic versions (Except the base 2.0L, which has a standard 5-speed gearbox). Only the GT-T coupe variant was sold in New Zealand and Hong Kong from 2000 and 1997 respectively. They were the only two countries besides Japan that sold the R34 GT-T model Skylines new. The Nissan Skyline rivals are the Toyota Supra and the Mazda RX-7.
GT 2.0/2.5 L RB20DE NEO I6, 155 ps (114 kW)
25 GT, GT-X, 2.5 L RB25DE NEO I6, 200 ps (147 kW)
GT-V 2.5 L RB25DE NEO I6, 7 kW
GT-FOUR 2.5 L RB25DE NEO I6, 200 ps (147 kW) 4WD
GT-T 2.5 L RB25DET NEO turbo I6, 280 hp (206 kW, 343 N m)
Standard features include Limited slip differential, Xenon headlights, Rear window wiper, Driver airbag, Front passenger airbag, Anti-lock braking system, Traction control, Front seat belt pre-tensioners, Front seat belt force limiters, Rear seat lap sash belt, Child seat attachment, Side impact protection bars, Power windows, Central door locking, Steering wheel height adjust, Leather steering wheel, Alloy wheels and Ultraviolet reducing glass. Optional features include Front fog lamps, Rear fog lamps, Front spoiler, Rear spoiler, Side airbags, Navigation system, Tinted windows, Sunroof.
The GT-R reappeared in 1999, with a revised chassis and other updates. The R34 turbos received a ball bearing core. The R34 N1 turbos had a metal exhaust wheel, and ball bearing center section. A 6-speed Getrag gearbox was used. The turbo outlet pipes were changed from cast to formed metal outlets. The intercooler outlet side and rear turbo dump pipe had temperature probes fitted in the V-spec models.
Models: (all 4WD)
GT-R 2.6 L RB26DETT twin-turbo I6, 332 PS (244 kW, 392 Nm) (advertised as 276)
GT-R V-Spec Additional aero parts, brake ventilation ducts, diffuser, LSD.
GT-R V-Spec II As above + carbon fibre hood with NACA duct.
GT-R N1 Blueprinted N1 motor, no A/C, no stereo, no rear wiper, basic interior trim. (only 45 made)
GT-R M-Spec Leather interior, softer suspension with "Ripple Control" dampers, heated seats.
GT-R V-Spec II Nür As above V-Spec II + N1 motor, 300 km/h speedo. (only 750 made)
GT-R M-Spec Nür As above M-Spec + N1 motor, 300 km/h speedo. (only 253 made)
GT-R NISMO S-tune
GT-R NISMO R-tune
GT-R NISMO Z-tune 2.8 L (bored and stroked) RB26DETT Z2 twin-turbo I6, 500 PS (368 kW, 540 Nm) Z1 and Z2 (Only 19 made)