Nissan GTR VS BMW 7 Series
Nissan GTR 2018 VS BMW 7 Series 2017
2018 Nissan GTR VS 2017 BMW 7 Series
2018 Nissan GTR:
It will use the engine from Nissan’s 2015 Le Mans racer: Speaking to TopGear.com, Ben Bowlby – Nissan’s creative genius behind the LMP1 GT-R and the DeltaWing – confirmed that the new GT-R would feature an iteration of the twin-turbo V6 powering the company’s Le Mans entrant. “The 3.0-litre V6 [from the LMP1 car] is a sort of god-child of the true, road-going GT-R,” he said, noting that the unit’s direction injection, turbo integration and combustion technology are all ‘applicable to the road’. “It is truly an early ancestor of what will be a future Nissan GT-R engine,” he added. In its current, Le Mans-spec form, that new 3.0-litre V6 revs to around 6,500rpm and produces over 550bhp. Considering the current Nismo GT-R produces 600bhp, and taking into account the GT-R’s rate of improvement, we’d expect the new, ‘R36’ GT-R to produce at least this much, if not more. The V6 will be slotted up front, just like before, and matched to a dual-clutch automatic gearbox. “Mizuno-san [the ‘father’ of the GT-R] says the GT-R will always be a front-engined, 2+2-seater coupe,” said Shiro Nakamura, Nissan’s chief creative officer….
2017 BMW M760Li xDrive:
The new BMW M760Li xDrive is the most recent addition to the ranks of the BMW M Performance Automobiles and brings together the many years of expertise amassed by BMW M in the construction of sporty and exclusive models. Established in 1972, BMW Motorsport GmbH proceeded to raise the bar in the world of international car racing. Its highlights reel includes the starring role played by the sensational BMW M1 mid-engined sports car in the extraordinary Procar race series. Beyond this, BMW Motorsport GmbH also developed the first turbocharged engine to power a car to the Formula One World Championship title, and created what remains the world’s most successful touring car racer: the Group A BMW M3. Know-how from motor sport: In 1993 the wholly-owned subsidiary of BMW AG changed its name to BMW M GmbH. Offering products and services in the five business areas of M Automobiles and M Performance Automobiles, BMW Individual, M Sports Options and Packages, the BMW Group Driving Experience, and Safety, Emergency and Special-Purpose Vehicles, today BMW M GmbH focuses its attentions on customers with particularly high aspirations in terms of the performance, exclusivity and individual style of their vehicles. The letter M is synonymous all over the world for success in motor racing and for the fascination surrounding high-performance sports cars. Since 2012 BMW M GmbH has also offered the BMW M Performance product line comprising cars with M characteristics which slot in between the top-of-the-range standard BMW models and the M Automobiles built for maximum performance. These exclusive M Performance Automobiles appeal to customers keen for their BMW to offer a pronounced dynamic character without compromising on long-distance comfort or everyday practicality. With this objective in mind, the experience and expertise gathered by BMW M in motor sport and the development of high-performance sports cars have been channelled into the development of the suspension tuning, engine and design of the BMW M Performance Automobiles….