• No.420

Pulsar GTI-R (1990: RNN14)

Sport car

Specifications

Overall length/width/height
3,975/1,690/1,400mm
Wheelbase
2,430mm
Tread
1440/1415mm
Curb weight
1220kg
Engine
SR20DET(4-cyl. inline·4-valve DOHC with turbo)1,998cc
Engine Max. power
169Kw(230PS)/6400rpm
Engine Max. torque
284N·m(29.0kgm)/4800rpm
Suspension (front/rear)
Strut / Parallel link strut (independent)
Brakes (front/rear)
Ventilated disc / Disc
Tires
195/55R14 82V

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Pulsar GTI-R (1990: RNN14)

Pulsar GTI-R, also known as Sunny GTI-R, was developed as top performance model of the fourth generation Pulsar N14 to run in World Rally Championship (WRC) under “Group A” regulations and was rolled out in 1990. Mechanisms featured 2000cc turbo engine that generated 230ps and 4WD controlled by “ATTESA” system. It is also popular as roadworthy car of impressive appearance with a giant hood bulge that houses a large intercooler and a giant rear spoiler.
It started to run in races in 1991. The best result was the third place at Swedish Rally in 1992 but Nissan decided to withdraw from WRC in the same year. It was for only 2 years that the works machine ran in WRC. However, it won the title of the year in Group N and proved its high potential.