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Nissan Skyline KPGC10 2000GT-R 

Skyline 2000GT-R (PGC10) was a 4-door sedan rolled out in 1969, and it became invincible at domestic touring car races. It remodeled to 2-door hardtop (KPGC10) in 1970. The wheelbase was shortened by 70mm and the weight was lightened by more than 20kg by downsizing the body.

As well as the sedan version, 2-liter, 4-valve DOHC inline 6-cyl. “S20” engine was mounted into which all the technologies of engine of a prototype racing car “Nissan R380” were applied. Hardtop cars also had a fuel tank of 100L, full bucket seats without recliner mechanism, and spartaninterior without amenities.

GT-R attained unprecedented 50 victories in March 1972 at domestic touring car races. It has a record of 52 victories when Nissan works team stopped its activities in October 1972.

It is claimed there was 1197 produced. Unfortunately we don't have access to the production data to verify this.
Car Name Nissan Skyline 2000GT-R
Model Name KPGC10
Dimensions and Weight  
Overall Length 4330 mm
Overall Width 1665 mm
Overall Height 1370 mm
Vehicle Weight 1100 kg
Riding Capacity 5 people
Maximum Speed 195 km/h
Climbing Ability 0.56 tan θ
Minimum Turning Radius 5.2m
Model S20 DOHC 6-cylinder
Inner Diameter x Stroke 82 mm x 62.8 mm
Total Displacement 1989cc
Maximum Output 155 (160) ps / 7000rpm (153 HP / 114 kW)
Maximum Torque 17.6 (18.0) kg-m / 5600rpm (127 lb-ft / 172 Nm)
Carburetor 3 stations
Reducer Model Reduction ratio (4.444)
Steering Model (Gear ratio 18.5)
Tires 6.45H-14-4PR
Note: Most of this data is translated from Japanese to English by Google.


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