Last week we reported that the 2010 Nissan GT-R will drop the Launch Control. But exactly how ill this affect the performance of the car? According to Motor Trend the GT-R will be slower. How? The 0 to 60 mph sprint will be made in 3.9-sec and not 3.2 seconds as the current model.

The 2010 GT-R will be indeed slower, but will keep it in the same sports cars area. Tested by Motor Trend, the GT-R without the Launch Control ended with the follow numbers: 60 mph arrives in 3.9-sec., 0-100 mph in 8.6 seconds and the 1/4-mile in 12.2-sec. at 119.2 miles per hour.

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Source: motorTrend

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