Discussion in 'OT Driven' started by HisXLNC, Jul 15, 2004.
I hope so.
Well this was anti-climatic.
More importantly, will they build another SE-R?
Who the Hell cares about a FWD grocery getter?
After the GT-R and Z, the SE-R is Nissan's most historically valuable vehicle.
I am chief design engineer for the next GT-R.
I saw a Sentra GT-R today...
That's like saying "After the Mustang and the Thunderbird, the Escort is Ford's most historically valuable vehicle."
That's true. The Cosworth Escorts are very important to Ford and the Fuckus is continuing that history.
Will it be using the VQ-35 or whatever the hell it is?
I just got the newest Road and Track today. They say Lotus has been contracted to develop the suspension for the GT-R and Cosworth is doing the engine. It's going to a turbo VQ making over 450 horsepower. Prototypes using G35 (Skyline) bodies are undergoing testing. Nissan wants it to beat everything out there.
I just want to know if there will be a 2005 Spec V at this point.
when will the Altima SE-R finally be here??
the regular one already beat out the Mustang GT in 1/4 time....
Repost on that first few bits of stuff.