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Nissan GT-R Concept (Tokyo Motor Show 2001) '01
Nissan-gt-r-concept-tokyoshow-01
Appears in Gran Turismo Concept
Gran Turismo 4
Gran Turismo PSP
Gran Turismo 5
Gran Turismo 6
Type in GT5 ST[1]
Interior in GT6 Simple[2]
Manufacturer Nissan
Drivetrain 4WD[3]
Aspiration Turbo
Engine VR38DETT
Max Power 568 HP
Performance Points 521 PP
Max Torque 525 ft-lb
Top Speed 187 miles per hour (301 km/h)
Weight 1,560 kilograms (3,400 lb)
Power/Weight Ratio 2.75 kg (6.1 lb) per horsepower

Nissan GT-R Concept (Tokyo Motor Show 2001) '01 is a Concept car built by Nissan. The successor of Nissan Skyline, no longer part of Skyline-range, first appeared in Gran Turismo Concept, and later in Gran Turismo 4, Gran Turismo PSP, Gran Turismo 5, and Gran Turismo 6.

HistoryEdit

Only two GT-R Concepts were displayed at the Tokyo Motor Show prior to unveiling the next production model of the GT-R.

The first concept was shown at the 2001 Tokyo Motor Show, to preview the 21st-century of GTR. For a re-designed concept, the GT-R Proto states the production of GT-R would be 80-90% based on the GT-R Proto.

In-game description Edit

This description is taken from the description page in GT5. It is transcluded from here.



At precisely 1:00 pm on October 24th, 2001, Carlos Ghosn shocked everyone in attendance when he unveiled a new concept car at the 35th Tokyo Motor Show without any prior notice. The car was the Nissan GT-R Concept, the potential successor to the R34 Skyline GT-R, that would ultimately be produced for the world market. Ghosn eloquently spoke of how Nissan had not abandoned the GT-R, promising its return in the near future. The media swarmed around him at the first opportunity, asking him question about the engine size, power, and price. His answer was, "No comment."

The fact this concept eventually led to the production of the R35 GT-R needs to be mentioned. In retrospect, it's clear that the concept car was showcased to provide a peek into the design direction of the GT-R. It also offered subtle hints about the car's mechanics. For instance, the shape suggested a front mid-engine layout with either all wheel drive or rear-wheel drive. Its roofline revealed that it would be a 2+2 and not a pure 2-seater. A large grille suggested a very powerful engine, and the large wheels and tires were indicators that the car would possess excellent handling. There was no doubt when seeing the GT-R Concept that it would eventually lead to a very fast and special production car.

AcquisitionEdit

GT6Edit

This car can be purchased for 1,000,000 Credits. It has a simple interior. Like in GT5, this car is available only in Titanium Blade.

GT5Edit

As a Standard car, the Nissan GT-R Concept (Tokyo Motor Show 2001) '01 can be purchased from the Used Car Dealership for 999,219 Credits. Alternatively, this car can be obtained by getting all gold in the International C License. It is a Level 10 car. Like in GT4, it is only available in Titanium Blade.

GTPSPEdit

This car can be purchased for 1,000,000 Credits.

GT4Edit

The GT-R Concept can be acquired by passing at least all Silver medals in the International A License Tests. It is only available in Titanium Blade.

VideosEdit

Gran Turismo Concept 2002 - Tokyo R246 & Nissan GT-R Concept10:32

Gran Turismo Concept 2002 - Tokyo R246 & Nissan GT-R Concept

-Gran Turismo 4-Nissan GT-R Concept , New York Circuit04:23

-Gran Turismo 4-Nissan GT-R Concept , New York Circuit

Nissan GT-R Concept (Tokyo Motor Show 2001) '0101:53

Nissan GT-R Concept (Tokyo Motor Show 2001) '01

Gran Turismo 5

Gran Turismo For PSP Nissan GT-R Concept '0102:43

Gran Turismo For PSP Nissan GT-R Concept '01

NotesEdit

  1. Appears as a Standard Car in Gran Turismo 5
  2. Appears as a simple car in Gran Turismo 6
  3. Four-Wheel Drive

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