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
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
Rear carbon fiber diffuser
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.