Two Nissan GT-Rs crashed in Malaysia – four people died image

Four people have died in Malaysia recently after two Nissan GT-Rs have crashed at the beginning of this week, after the drivers of both sports cars have lost control of the wheel.

According to police reports, one Nissan GT-R has been drive by Tan Kah Yong, a 24-year old businessman, while the other sports car has been driven by Go Haw Wei, a 20-year old man. Both of them lost their lives, along with 21-year old Koay Khor Liang and 26-year old Chinese resident Bao Shanshan. Police is currently investigating the accident but it seems that this happened because of the lack of experience of the drivers, along with the wet road conditions and speed. The crash took place in Kuantan, on Jalan Haji Ahmad 1 at 4 AM in the morning, local time.

As a quick reminder, the 2013 Nissan GT-R has a base starting price set at 96,820 USD in the United States and the sports car is coming with some interesting items compared to the previous model year, but the most important upgrade is the extra power offered by the V6 engine. According to the Japanese based automaker, the 2013 Nissan GT-R is still getting the 3.8 liter V6 unit which is now developing a total output of 545 HP, with a peak torque of 627 Nm (463 lb-ft), 15 HP and 15 lb-ft (20 Nm) more than the previous version.