Edmunds Nissan GT-R Suspension Walkaround

June 6th, 2009

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The Nissan GT-R is the Car of the Week over on Edmunds.com and as such they’ve followed their modern tradition of walking around the car and pointing out the technical intricacies of the suspension setup. Quite an interesting article for those interested to see what goes in to making the GT-R capable of 7:26 at the ‘Ring.

Head on over to the link below to read the whole thing.

Link: Edmunds.com – Nissan GT-R Suspension Walk Around

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