|Nissan SKYLINE GTS-4 (R32) '91|
|Appears in||Gran Turismo (RM)|
Gran Turismo 2 (RM)
|Max Power||211 HP|
|Max Torque||265 Nm|
|Weight||1,420 kilograms (3,100 lb)|
|Power/Weight Ratio||6.73 kg (14.8 lb) per horsepower|
There are seven colors available for this vehicle:
- Crystal White
- Spark Silver Metallic
- Gun Gray Metallic
- Black Pearl Metallic
- Red Pearl
- Grayish Blue Pearl
- Dark Blue Pearl
This description is taken from the original Gran Turismo:
In 1989 the R32 Skyline resurrected the Skyline's sporty image which had been on wane. The GTS-t Type M and GTS were powered by a 2.0-litre inline 6-cylinder DOHC turbo RB20DET and its NA version, the RB20DE, resulting in 215 PS / 27.0 kgm and 155 PS / 27.0 kgm respectively. There is also a 4-doorversion called the GTS 4, and a 2.5-litre GTS Type M was later added. The R32 is an excellent car with its combination of well-bred suspension and healthy straight six engine, not to mention its sporting prowess. Manoeuvrability and stability are both very good, and whilst its total potential can't possibly match the GT-R, its light and lively feeling certainly surpass it. As it is so responsive to the driver's every manoeuvre, it is just the model to learn the basics of driving in.
This car can be purchased at the Nissan Used Cars Dealership for around 9,800 Credits.
This car can be purchased at the Nissan Used Cars Dealership for around 7,600 Credits.
- ↑ Misrepresented as the RB20DETT in-game, which would be the twin-turbocharged version, not naturally-aspirated.
- ↑ Technically incorrect as the Skyline GTS-4 is actually a four-wheel-drive version of the Nissan Skyline GTS (R32), though the car in real life is available in both coupe and sedan body styles. Also, this statement contradicts the car's in-game appearance. Despite being stated to be a 4-door version of the Skyline R32, the Skyline GTS-4 represented in-game is actually the 2-door coupé version
- ↑ Miswritten as "M-Type" in the game