Nissan Skyline GT-R (BNR32)

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Nissan Skyline GT-R (BNR32)

Nissan Skyline GT-R BNR32 WMMT5

Length: 4,545mm
Width: 1,755mm
Height: 1,340mm
Top Speed: 349km/h
Gears: 5 speed
Drivetrain: AWD

Stock colours:
Dark Blue Pearl
Sparkling Silver Metallic
Red Pearl
Black Pearl Metallic
Crystal White
Gunmetal Gray Metallic
Unlockable colours:
Order Of Unlock: Colour:
1st Blue
2nd Yellow Metallic
3rd Orange Metallic
4th Pale Blue 2 Metallic
5th Light Purple
6th Dark Purple 2 Metallic
7th Green 3 Metallic
8th Pink
9th Wine Red
10th Mint Green
11th Beige Metallic
12th Light Brown Metallic
13th Pearl White
14th Pale Yellow
15th Purple SIlver
16th Pale Pink
17th Frog Green
18th Olive
19th Dark Orange
20th Blue Green Metallic
21st Gray Metallic
22nd White
23rd Black Metallic
24th Red Metallic
25th Silver
26th Dark Blue Metallic
27th Pink 2
28th Pale Green 2
29th Dark Green 2
30th Yellow 3

Video of colours: TBA

Dress Up:
Aero A (Level 1):

HRD lookalike aero kit. Headlights become masked. Similar aero to the EXCITING R32 from the Wangan Midnight anime.
Nissan Skyline GT-R (BNR32) Aero A Front
Nissan Skyline GT-R (BNR32) Aero A Back

Aero B (Level 11):

BOMEX style aero kit.
Nissan Skyline GT-R (BNR32) Aero B Front Nissan Skyline GT-R (BNR32) Aero B Back

Aero C (Level 24):

NISMO R32 aero kit. Wing is a mix of the stock spoiler and genuine NISMO lip spoiler.
Nissan Skyline GT-R (BNR32) Aero C Front Nissan Skyline GT-R (BNR32) Aero C Back

Aero D (Level 64):

Similar to the Aero GT Yanakku aero kit.
Nissan Skyline GT-R (BNR32) Aero D Front
Nissan Skyline GT-R (BNR32) Aero D Back

Aero E (Level 83):

BN Sports aero with VERTEX canards.
Nissan Skyline GT-R (BNR32) Aero E Front Nissan Skyline GT-R (BNR32) Aero E Back

Aero F (Level 98):

The front is similar to the TBK R32 aero with added canards. The sides have Bee-R sidestep diffusers. 

Nissan Skyline GT-R (BNR32) Aero F
FRP Bonnet A (Bonnet with ducts) (Level 14):

DU-LUCK style hood with bonnet pins.
FRP Hood A
FRP Bonnet B (Bonnet with ducts) (Level 76):
VARIS style hood with fins.
R32 FRP Hood B

FRP Bonnet C (Bonnet with ducts) (Level 97):

Similar to FRP Bonnet B of the R33 which is an Abflug style with bonnet pins.
R32 FRP Hood 3

Wing by car type A (Level 28):

Nismo lip spoiler. Similar to Reina’s R32 spoiler.
R32 Wing by car type

Carbon Trunk (Level 70)
Wing by car type B (Level 102):

Similar to Car Type Wing B of the R34 and GC8.
Wing By Car Type 2 R32
Manufacturer Sticker (Level 40):

Nismo official sticker.
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Nissan Skyline R32 Nismo Sticker
Review:

Ratings (out of 5):
Top Speed: ✰✰✰✰✰
Handling: ✰✰✰✰
Acceleration: ✰✰✰✰✰
Battle: ✰✰✰✰

REVIEW:

The Nissan Skyline GTR32 (R32) is one of the more understated cars in WMMT5. Impressive acceleration, top speed and amazing handling make this car a dream to play and use in all modes of the game. One of the great things about this car is the fact that most of the parts available for the exterior (for example aero kits) don’t make this car look terrible, whilst also giving it a individual look (as opposed to many Evo8 and Evo9 cars).

The top speed on this car is pretty solid, with 2nd tier top speed just below the R35 and equivalent. This gives it the advantage of the Evos and Imprezas where there is a 1-2km difference (on flat roads), allowing you to pull away or gain more easier. If I had to rate this out of the whole of the 2nd tier cars, this would be the middle of that tier; with the fact that its 5th gear top end (high revs) doesn’t hold speed as well as the R34 or S30. Despite that fact, this car still kicks many other cars to the curb, including the FD and RX8, in that respect.

Handling on the R32 can be hit and miss, depending on how you look at it. The handling itself is amazing, but the car is so big and so long that a normal near-miss turns out to be a wall-tap for the R32. Again, it’s how you view this, whether it is a negative or a positive. The choice of parts of this car can play a big factor on how this car behaves. As most people know, the GTR series is very heavy, meaning that it can slide a far bit if given the right setting. Generally though, this car handles about 2nd tier, probably equal to the Evo series when everything is taken into account.

One of the many things I love about this car is the acceleration out of gears is amazing. You can really feel it take off and power through the gears… up until the end of the 5th gear where it sort of gets tired and dies off slightly. But don’t let that discourage you; the acceleration in lower gears allows this car to be a mean machine and bully your opponents when you’re brake blocking hard into walls. Even 50/50 situations feel like it’s in your favour. Truly one of the greatest things about this car.
Battle wise this is a mean-machine. The combination of weight and acceleration make this car very annoying to deal with in the right hands.

And let’s not forget the length and width of the car, you’re practically trying to get around a rock of a car that takes up a good portion of the lane. Imagine trying to race on one lane during a Yokohane or C1 race, practically impossible to pass unless they make a mistake. However this is also a double edged sword, because the car is slightly longer than others, you may often be able to catch the back end during a turn and ride them into a wall, but a lot of ‘good’ racers will plan for that in advanced and either slow down and block you so they get a good lead before the turn or just roll with it and hope that they don’t get KO’ed against the wall. Overall an amazing battle machine.

PROS:
– An amazing battle car.
– Great acceleration.
– Rock solid handling.

CONS:
– The length and width of the car can make it hard to maneuver in certain tight or technical courses.
– 5th gear acceleration is slightly weak.

FINAL WORDS:
No matter which way you look at this car, it is probably one of the ‘must haves’ in WMMT5. This car is a great alternative to an EVO8/9 and certainly puts everyone on notice during battles, especially at higher level gameplay. For entry and intermediate players, this car will give you a benchmark of high level play to compare against your original car in all game modes.

Trivia:
For some reason, if the stock colour is ‘Dark Blue Pearl’, the roll cage colour, which is normally the same as your stock colour, is actually yellow.