Track pack for Nissan GT-R supercar slayer
Amazingly, Nissan has found some time during its hectic making videos of the Juke-R schedule to think about the car that's stuffed inside the Juke-R, the GT-R.
The company has released a Track Pack version, which is road legal but will probably make going to the Drive-Thru absolutely unbearable. The £10,000 pack winds the GT-R up so tightly that it will turn your McBrew into a milkshake...but it will also bring all the boys to the yard, so not all bad.
As the name implies it's a car designed to be at home on the smooth surface of a proper racetrack, and is built for speed.
The engine stays the same, meaning it's a 542bhp twin-turbo 3.8-litre unit, here capable of cracking 60mph in just 2.7 seconds.
The Track Pack brings additional cooling ducts built into the front bumper, capable of lowering the operating temperature of the front brakes by up to 100 degrees. The rear discs get ducts too.
Although the dampers are adjustable, as on every GT-R, the springs are stiffer for better track performance.
The seats are new, lighter and offering more lateral support, and the rear seats are removed for further weight loss.
It costs £84,550, which despite being a great deal higher than the first versions of the GT-R when they were released a few years back, still gives it more punch per pound than any supercar you care to name.