Nissan Skyline engine

Nissan Skyline engine

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The Nissan Skyline (Japanese: 日産・スカイライン Nissan Sukairain) is a line of compact cars, sports cars and compact executive cars originally produced by the Prince Motor Company starting in 1957, and then by Nissan after the two companies merged in 1966. After the merger, the Skyline and its larger counterpart, the Nissan Gloria, were sold in Japan at dealership sales channels called Nissan Prince Shop.

The Skyline was largely designed and engineered by Shinichiro Sakurai from inception, and he remained a chief influence of the car until his death in 2011.

Skylines are available in either coupé, or sedan body styles, plus station wagon, crossover, convertible and pickup/sedan delivery body styles. The later models are most commonly known by their trademark round brake and tail lights (as of 1972). While not distributed in the United States until its importation as the Infiniti G, the Skyline’s prominence in video games, movies and magazines resulted in many such cars being imported there from 1989 to late 2005 via Motorex.[1] The majority of Skyline models are rear-wheel drive, with four-wheel drive being available since the eighth-generation’s debut.

The 11th-generation Skyline (V35) was another major turning point for the nameplate, as it dropped some of the previous generation Skyline’s trademark characteristics such as the straight-6 engine (replaced with a V6) and turbocharging, and eventually separated the GT-R into its own line. Nissan decided to retain the Skyline for the luxury-sport market, while its platform-mate, the 350Z, revived the Z line of pure sports cars.[2] The V35 was the first Skyline made for export to North America, being sold under Nissan’s luxury marque Infiniti as the G35. The Skyline (V36/J50) is sold in Europe, North America, South Korea, Taiwan, and the Middle East as the Infiniti G37.

On April 11, 2010 a Guinness Book of Records event took place with 225 Skylines taking part in a parade lap at the ISTS at Silverstone UK which produced two world records: the most recorded Nissan Skylines at one meet at one time, and Most Nissan Skylines on a track at the same time.

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Nissan Skyline engine model years

Eighth Generation, R32 (1988 – 1994)

  • 1.8 L CA18i I4 (GXi)
  • 2.0 L RB20E I6 (GTE)
  • 2.0 L RB20DE I6 (GTS)
  • 2.5 L RB25DE I6 (GTS-25)
  • 2.6 L RB26DE I6 (Autech GTS-4)
  • 2.0 L RB20DET I6 Turbocharged (GTS-t, Type M, GTS-4)
  • 2.6 L RB26DETT I6 Twin Turbocharged (GT-R)

Ninth Generation, R33 (1993 – 1998)

  • 2.0 L RB20E I6 (GTS)
  • 2.5 L RB25DE I6 (GTS-25, GTS-4)
  • 2.5 L RB25DET Turbocharged I6 (GTS-25T, GTS-T)
  • 2.6 L RB26DETT I6 Twin Turbocharged (GT-R)
  • 2.8 L RBX-GT2 I6 Twin Turbocharged (400R)

Tenth Generation, R34 (1998 – 2002)

  • 2.0 L RB20DE I6 (GT)
  • 2.5 L RB25DE I6 (25GT, GT-X, 25GT-V, 25GT-FOUR)
  • 2.5 L RB25DET Turbocharged I6 (25GT-T)
  • 2.6 L RB26DETT I6 twin turbocharged (GT-R)

Eleventh Generation, V35 (2001 – 2007)

Models:

  • 250GT – 2.5 L VQ25DD V6, 215 PS (158 kW, 270 N m)
  • 250GT Four – 2.5 L VQ25DD V6, 215 PS (158 kW, 270 Nm) 4WD
  • 300GT – 3.0 L VQ30DD V6, 260 PS (191 kW, 324 N m)
  • 350GT-8 – 3.5 L VQ35DE V6, 272 PS (200 kW, 353 N m)
  • 350GT Coupe – 3.5 L VQ35DE V6, 280 PS (206 kW, 363 N m)

Twelfth Generation, V36/CV36/J50 (2006 – 2014)

  • 2.5 L VQ25HR V6
  • 3.5 L VQ35HR V6
  • 3.7 L VQ37VHR V6
Model Years Engine Type/code Power, torque@rpm Drive
250GT sedan (DBA-V36) 2006– 2,495 cc (2.495 L; 152.3 cu in) V6 (VQ25HR) 225 PS (165 kW; 222 hp)@6800, 263 N·m (194 lb·ft)@4800 RWD
250GT FOUR sedan (DBA-NV36) 2006– 2,495 cc (2.495 L; 152.3 cu in) V6 (VQ25HR) 225 PS (165 kW; 222 hp)@6800, 263 N·m (194 lb·ft)@4800 AWD
350GT sedan 2006–2008 3,498 cc (3.498 L; 213.5 cu in) V6 (VQ35HR) 315 PS (232 kW; 311 hp)@6800, 358 N·m (264 lb·ft)@4800 RWD
370GT coupe (DBA-CKV36) 2007– 3,696 cc (3.696 L; 225.5 cu in) V6 (VQ37VHR) 333 PS (245 kW; 328 hp)@7000, 363 N·m (268 lb·ft)@5200 RWD

Thirteenth Generation, HV37/HNV37/ZV37 (2014 – present)

  • 3.5 L VQ35HR V6 with HM34 electric motor
Petrol engines
Model Years Engine Type/code Power, torque@rpm
200GT-t DBA-ZV37 2014- 1,991 cc (121 cu in) I4 turbo (Mercedes-Benz 274930) 211 PS (155 kW; 208 hp)@5500, 350 N·m (258 lb·ft)@1250-3500
350GT HYBRID DAA-HV37 2014- 3,498 cc (213 cu in) V6 (Nissan VQ35HR) 306 PS (225 kW; 302 hp)@6800, 350 N·m (258 lb·ft)@5000
electric motor (Nissan HM34) 68 PS (50 kW; 67 hp)@1650-2000, 290 N·m (214 lb·ft)@1650
combined 364 PS (268 kW; 359 hp)@?, 546 N·m (403 lb·ft)@?
350GT HYBRID DAA-HNV37 2014- 3,498 cc (213 cu in) V6 (Nissan VQ35HR) 306 PS (225 kW; 302 hp)@6800, 350 N·m (258 lb·ft)@5000
electric motor (Nissan HM34) 68 PS (50 kW; 67 hp)@1650-2000, 290 N·m (214 lb·ft)@1650
combined 364 PS (268 kW; 359 hp)@?, 546 N·m (403 lb·ft)@?

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