The Nissan Skyline Coupe (V35) is a midsized coupe featured in the Choro-Q series. It appeared in Choro-Q Works.
Real life info Edit
The Nissan Skyline (V35) sedan was introduced in 2001; the coupe would go on sale in 2003. Unlike previous Skyline models, this generation did not use an inline-6 engine, turbocharger(s), and there was not a GT-R model offered (the Skyline and GT-R names were no longer related beginning with the V35, with the Skyline aimed at the luxury market while the GT-R is geared for performance). The V35 Skyline was sold in North America as the Infiniti G35. This page will focus mainly on the coupe version, since that is the bodystyle featured in the Choro-Q series.
Unlike the Skyline (V35) sedan, which offered three engines, the coupe was only available with the 3.5-liter VQ35DE V6 (shared with the Fairlady Z) which produced 276 hp and 267 lb/ft of torque (the coupe produced 8 more hp than sedan models with the same engine). Transmission options included a 6-speed manual or 5-speed automatic transmissions. Trim lines included 350GT and 350GT Premium models; Premium models came with leather or leather/suede seats and offered features such as a navigation system and VDC.
In 2004, the interior was upgraded and the transmissions received improvements. Automatic transmission models would add synchro rev control while manual transmission models had less vibration. 19" wheels became available. In 2005, minor changes were made to the front bumper, headlights and tail lights. Heated mirrors, headlight auto levelizer, and "plasma cluster ion" air conditioner with independent left/right temperature settings became standard on all models.
Choro-Q Works EditThe Skyline Coupe (V35) is body 28 in Choro-Q Works.
- The Racing Paint version of the Skyline Coupe has a red diagonal stripe on the license plate, which is a Japanese dealer/trade license plate.