2002 NISMO Skyline GTR JGTC

In January 1999 the Nissan Skyline R34 the tenth generation was launched, along with the R32 and R33 it also performed great on the racing circuit. The 2002 Nismo Skyline GTR JGTC performed very well that year and provided much entertainment in The Super GT series previously known as All-Japan Grand Touring Car Championship or JGTC. The race is a grand touring car race series which is endorsed by the GT-Association.

In its first race ever, also a IMSA GT exhibition race, the plate consisted of mainly Japan Sport cars and two Nissan Skyline GTR's entered by NISMO being the only two genuine JGTC cars.

2002 NISMO Skyline GTR JGTC Specifications

price  
engine RB26DETT
Inline-6
position Front,
Longitudinal
aspiration  
valvetrain  
displacement  
bore  
stroke  
compression  
power 338 kw
/ 453.3 bhp @ 6000 rpm
specific
output
 
bhp/weight 377.75
bhp per tonne
torque 686 nm
/ 506.0 ft lbs @ 4400 rpm
redline  
driven
wheels
RWD
front
tires
335/40R18
rear
tires
335/40R18
front
brakes
 
rear
brakes
 
steering  
f
suspension
Multi-Link
r
suspension
Multi-Link
weight 1200
kg / 2646 lbs
wheelbase 2665
mm / 104.9 in
front
track
1560
mm / 61.4 in
rear
track
1535
mm / 60.4 in
length 4600
mm / 181.1 in
width 1885
mm / 74.2 in
height 1140
mm / 44.9 in
transmission 6-Speed
Sequential
top
speed
 
0
- 60 mph
 
0
- 1/4 mile
2002 NISMO Skyline GTR JGTC front

 

In January
1999 the Nissan Skyline R34 the tenth generation was launched,
along with the R32 and R33 it also performed great on the racing
circuit. The 2002 Nismo Skyline GTR JGTC performed very well that
year and provided much entertainment in The Super GT series previously
known as All-Japan Grand Touring Car Championship or JGTC. The
race is a grand touring car race series which is endorsed by the
GT-Association.

In its first
race ever, also a IMSA GT exhibition race, the plate consisted
of mainly Japan Sport cars and two nissan skyline GTR's entered
by NISMO being the only two genuine JGTC cars.