Nissan Unveils GT-R Drone That Does 0-100 KM/H in 1.3 Seconds

Nissan has just unveiled one of the fastest First Person View racing drones in the world, the GT-R drone. The gadget is able to travel from 0 to 62 KM/H in just 1.3 seconds, and it was built to keep up with the 2017 Nissan GT-R while filming on the track. Much like the GT-R automobile, the GT-R drone also boasts the very latest in performance-enhancing technology.

Custom designed by World Drone Prix Champions, Tornado XBlades Racing, the GT-R Drone uses a special race tuned configuration and low-drag canopy to reach 100 km/h from a standstill in just 1.3 seconds. The device then delivers unmatched acceleration via four propellers that are paired with 2000kV XNova motors and a race-specification Sky-Hero quadcopter frame.

For a closer look at Nissan’s incredible GT-R drone, hit the play button above to watch the drone fly around a purpose-built 1.2 mile course at Silverstone.

Here is the 2017 Nissan GT-R

The 2017 Nissan GT-R

It’s been almost a decade since Nissan introduced the GT-R, and ever since then, the twin-turbocharged sports coupe has seen several updates. As next year marks the GT-R’s 10-year anniversary, the Japanese automaker has made the car even more sleeker and powerful than before. Nissan took to this year’s New York Auto Show to unveil … Read more