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C210 2000 GT-EX
C211 2000 GT-EL
Production 1977-1981
539,727 units sold
Assembly Tochigi, Tochigi, Japan
Body style(s) 4-door sedan
2-door coupe
5-door station wagon
Layout FR layout
Engine(s) 1.6 L L16T I4
1.8 L L18T I4
2.0 L L20E I6
2.0 L L20ET I6
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C211 Nissan Skyline 2000 GT-EX (coupe)
The succeeding C210/211 and GC210/211 of 1977 continued to split the Skyline range into basic and six-cylinder models, the latter with a longer front end. This line continued through 1981. The Datsun C211 240K/280K and 240C/280C variants continued for export.
A rare variant would be the wagon version, which had a unique styling treatment behind the rear doors, of a much smaller window than usual between the C and D pillars.
The GT-EX replaced the GT-R with a turbocharged engine, the L20ET. This was the first turbo engine to power a Japanese production vehicle[citation needed]. One notable aspect of the turbo versions was that they were not intercooled and there was no form of blowoff valve, only an emergency pressure release valve.
The "T" designation on the L16T and L18T does not signify a turbocharger was included; it denotes that those engines came with twin carburetors.
  • 1600TI - 1.6 L L16T I4, 95 hp (71 kW, 132 N m)
  • 1800TI - 1.8 L L18T I4, 115 hp (86 kW, 152 N m)
  • 2000GT-EL - 2.0 L L20E I6, 130 hp (97 kW, 167 N m)
  • 2000GT-EX - 2.0 L L20ET turbo I6, 145 hp (108 kW, 206 N m)

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