Nissan's most powerful car the Skyline GT-R. Of course, power of this magnitude comes at a cost beyond the purchase price - the Nissan GT-R is unlikely to ever return more than 24mpg in fuel economy and VED (road tax) is not cheap. There's no one here that would dare argue it's not the best value for money supercar if raw performance is what you're after.
To its credit, Nissan has continuously updated and refined the the GT-R's powertrain, and it's much more refined than when it was introduced back in 2009. Offers performance that can match the abilities of cars that cost twice as much. Few cars can change direction as quickly and capably as the GT-R.
The new Pure trim includes 20-inch wheels with summer run-flat tires, LED headlights and running lights, power-folding and heated mirrors, front and rear parking sensors, an adaptive suspension, configurable drive modes, and keyless entry and ignition.
Nods to the car's performance pedigree include a driver-selectable three-mode suspension system, Recaro sport seats. Premium, high-octane fuel required like most supercars. Nissan rightly realized the brilliance of the Skyline concept, kept the Skyline” moniker around for successive cars, and continued to develop the engine—and that engine is magnificent.
The R34 GT-R Z-Tune Nissan Skyline GT-R features extensive aero modifications including larger openings on the bumper, as well as a striking vented hood and vented front fenders. The Skyline series was replaced by the Nissan GT-R in 2002. AS Class drivers - the top development drivers at Nissan - help create a vehicle that would excel at any racetrack, in any kind of weather, in the hands of any level of driver.
The V-Spec II car became the ultimate Nissan Skyline of the time, but the limited run of 500 Nismo models meant they became real unicorns. Most importantly check to see if the parts are there, including the rack by the rear differential, hydraulic lines and its brain under the engine's intake collector on the driver's side.
Italdesign developed, engineered and built the car, but the interior and exterior looks were created by Nissan's design teams in Europe and America. The GT-R has also retained its Skyline predecessor's nickname, Godzilla , 9 given to it by the Australian motoring publication Wheels in its July 1989 edition.