• GR6 transmission -transaxle (The shifting is done via a direct, twin-clutch system. One clutch handles the odd gears and another clutch handles the even ones. Shifts take 0.2 seconds.)(should be 0.02 of a second. 20 milliseconds)
  • Below 25 mph the torque split is 50/50, above that, under normal driving, the split is 40/60. But it can split up to 2/98 under hard acceleration.
  • Unlike versions of the ATTESA system in other Nissan vehicles—the Infiniti G35x, for example—the GT-R setup employs a yaw sensor and is capable of instantly transferring torque from side to side, as well as fore-and-aft, as conditions dictate.
  • Mostly flat undertray
  • Front diffuser
  • Rear carbon fiber diffuser
  • Brembo Brakes

  • Transfer case is in front of the transmission
  • Transmission is in the middle
  • At the rear is the differential
    • The diff carrier looks very similar to the older Nissan design
    • It looks possible to put a normal differential in this location without too many problems.