NISSAN GB has created the ultimate remote-control car for gamers — the Nissan GT-R /C.
Celebrating the release of Gran Turismo Sport, out in Europe today, and marking 20 years of Nissan involvement in the Gran Turismo gaming series, the one-off project car was extensively modified to be driven entirely by a DualShock®4 controller.
A few millimetres of button movement or joystick travel are all it takes to unleash the GT-R’s full power. The remote-control vehicle is capable of a top speed of 196mph — not restricted for the purpose of the project car — with no one sitting behind the wheel. Continue Reading
Nissan has put football to the ultimate test, ahead of the UEFA Champions League final, by assessing whether the thrill of the game is more exciting than being a passenger in the iconic Nissan GT-R supercar.
In partnership with sports science experts at Loughborough University, Nissan fitted participants with wearable technology to monitor and gather a combined index of data.
This included heart rate, breathing rate and electro-dermal activity, in order to examine the physiological effect excitement has, and ultimately determine which activity is more exciting.
Nissan unveiled the new MY17 GT-R model at the New York International Auto Show last month; an exciting new look inside and out was revealed as well as major driving-performance enhancements and key new features. The MY17 Nissan GT-R boasts the most significant changes since the model was first made in 2007 and our High Performance Centers are set to be the some of the first in the UK to display Nissan’s newest sports car whilst the model tours the nation.
We may be able to tell you how good a Nissan Pulsar or Nissan GT-R may be to drive, but we hear you saying “they’re going to say that aren’t they?!”. To prove it’s not just us who enthuses about Nissan cars, we asked Geoff Maxted, writer of Drivewrite Automotive Magazine & Blog, to give them a spin and experience them for himself!