Nissan's most powerful car the Skyline GT-R. With just 6,000 miles, the GT-R stakes claim as the vehicle driven (and, of course, raced) by Paul Walker in the film. Out on the open road, the GT-R is an easy car to drive fast. As the penultimate edition of the R34” series Skyline GT-R, and in fact, as one of the last of the traditionally inline-six powered Skylines, the V-Spec II is destined to be a collectible.
NOTE: Since this test was conducted, the current GT-R has received some revisions, including a bit more power and an updated interior. Not only is the Skyline a central figure in Japanese tuner culture, it's as if Nissan intended every single one to be altered as soon as it left the factory.
Low mileage is the rule in the Japanese home market, especially for a weekend driver like the GT-R. There may be times when you'd like to attract less attention to the GT-R's potent exhaust note. The Nissan GT-R is one of the most iconic sports cars in the history of automobiles across the world.
Power remains transferred to all four wheels via the ATTESA E-TS all-wheel-drive system. The eighth generation Nissan Skyline arrived in 1989 just as the Japanese economic bubble began to waver and shimmy. The fresh exterior and interior designs were created by teams at Nissan Design Europe in London and Nissan Design America, while Italdesign developed, engineered and built the car.
Vehicle: means the cars purchased by the Buyers through Authorized Dealer of Autoportal. A tradition of craftsmanship makes the GT-R a supercar that will simply take your breath away - even when sitting still. But with the 2017 model, Nissan has taken its performance to a whole new level.
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.
Compare pricing, specs and features of the 2019 Nissan GT-R. Without question, it's a big beast of a car, both in weight'”it comes in at around 3,900 pounds'”and girth, easily dwarfing the legendary R34 GT-R we're all waiting Nissan Skyline GT-R until the 2020s to import. In 2004, factory motorsport arm Nismo ‘remanufactured' used R34s to create 20 monstrous 368kW 2.8-litre Z-tune models.