Skyline R32 GTS-T
1989 the Nissan Skyline R32 GTS-T was born with specifications way
ahead of its time. The R32 was smaller compared to the old R31 now
looking much more like a sports car than a family sedan. The box shape
was refined dramatically and the skyline's famous round stove top
tail lights were retained. The interior was dramatically improved
to make you actually feel like your sitting in a sports car.
nissan skyline's silky smooth RB20DET engine suits the car well but
lacks a little torque down low. The 158kw is produced by a 2 liter,
twin cam, inline 6. Air is forced into the engine via a turbocharger
with a ceramic exhaust wheel for quick spooling, air is cooled via
a side mounted air to air intercooler.
the R32 nissan skyline is fantastic thanks to its independent multilink
suspension and a newly developed four wheel steering system. These
features equate to a direct steering feel and great handling with
under-steer reduced using the HICAS 4 wheel steer system shared with