• No.319

Skyline 2-door Sports Coupe GTS-X Twin-cam 24V Turbo (1987: HR31)

Sport Car

Specifications

Overall length / width / height
4,660/1,690/1,365mm
Wheelbase
2,615mm
Tread
1,425/1,420mm
Curb weight
1,370kg
Engine
RB20DET (6-cyl. inline, 4-valve DOHC with turbo) 1,998cc
Engine Max. power
132kw(180ps)/6,400rpm
Engine Max. torque
225N·m(23.0kgm)/3,600rpm
Suspension (front/rear)
Strut / Semi-trailing arm (with HICAS, independent)
Brakes (front/rear)
Ventilated disc / Ventilated disc
Tires
205/60R15

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Skyline 2000GTS-R(1987: KHR31)

The seventh generation Skyline R31 was rolled out with the copy “This is urban engineering” in 1985. It adopted various innovations such as “RB” engine (6-cyl., DOHC), ceramic turbo charger, and “HICAS” four-wheel drive system, but was talked critically that significantly enlarged body, elimination of 2-door model from lineup, and luxury-car line advocating “driver-friendly high performance” didn't fit Skyline.
The long-awaited 2-door coupe was added in 1986. “GTS-R” won the title at Japan Touringcar Championship (JTC) in 1989, publicizing its existence. This is “GTS-X” with the engine of 6-cyl. 4-valve DOHC with turbo, 180ps mounted on 2-door coupe and special aluminum wheels.