Articles about Nissan GT R

This time with stripes
Quite a week for Nissan, with both its Z and GT-R sports cars turning 50 years old. Imagine the hangovers...But while the 50th Anniversary 370Z disappointed, the equivalent GT-R is a little different. It, too, goes for classic motorsport
Which one’s your favorite?
The Nissan GT-R has been around a while now-and we're not just talking about the current R35 generation. Its family tree traces its way back five decades, to a time when dual-clutch paddle-shift gearboxes, Attesa all-wheel
#1: Not all Skylines are GT-Rs, and not all GT-Rs are Skylines
Okay, so this can get complicated if you're not into your GT-R-slash-old-JDM metal, but bear with us. The Skyline was a regular little sedan or wagon produced by the Prince Motor Company from the late '50s, then
“It’s a wide-bodied brute that’s too precious to be allowed to run free”
There are a few notably rare Nissan Skylines: the Z-tune, the R400, and of course, Brian O'Conner's electric-blue R34 from 2 Fast 2 Furious. But there's only one truly rare-as-unicorn-plop Godzilla: the awesome R33
Where can we get one of those costumes?
Meet Echo and her ride, an R32 Skyline fitted with drift-spec performance modifications, a Pandem-Widebody kit, and Lord knows what else. Now listen to her tires scream as she's chased by dinosaur-costumed security. We don't know the
“We’re defending the sports car,” says Nissan’s chief planning officer
Nissan's fast cars are getting old. The mighty R35 GT-R has been in production since 2007, though it's been boosted through the last 12 years with more power, better aero, and a smarter interior.The 370Z's going gray,
The evolution of ‘Godzilla’
The Nissan GT-R is now 50 years old and it's as popular as ever. So how did these three simple letters become so sacred to car enthusiasts?In October 1966, Nissan merged with Prince Motors Inc., the Japanese manufacturer that
Who doesn’t love this city?
A 900hp Nissan GT-R R34 Skyline, a midnight car meet, and Tokyo's neon-lit backdrop. It doesn't get any more JDM than this. Seriously, is there any car guy out there who doesn't love this city?Ferrari's
We don’t mind that we can’t actually read them
Coffee-table books are nice: They make great decorative pieces for surfaces that would otherwise remain empty, and provide guests with something to browse as they wait. What's more, there are a ton of them for car guys to choose from.
Japanese tennis ace is celebrated with 50 redecorated Godzillas
This is a special-edition Nissan GT-R. It's a tribute to Nissan's latest brand ambassador, Japanese tennis player Naomi Osaka. She currently sits fifth in the world rankings and has helped come up with the color schemes of the
Online designer has a stab at penning the next-gen Godzilla, with vivid results
A new Nissan GT-R is coming. That much we know. We also know it'll come with some semblance of hybrid assistance and retain its famously burly character. Beyond that, though, is a mystery. Particularly when it comes to how the
Godzilla's most stunning iteration to date
It's not every day that stunning concepts make it onto an actual production floor, but every once in a while, lightning strikes.Such is the case of the Nissan GT-R50 by Italdesign. The Japanese carmaker has just announced that
A JDM junky’s early Christmas gift
Attention JDM lovers: Are you having some trouble sourcing parts for an R33 or R34 Skyline? If yes, Christmas came early.Nissan has announced that its Nismo Heritage Parts Program-created to support proud owners of the Japanese carmaker's performance cars-
Godzilla meets the newest superstar of tennis
It's an interesting question, really: What do the GT-R, Nissan's legendary model, and Naomi Osaka, one of the top tennis players today, have in common? The skill to perform at the highest level? The ability to go from zero
We do the math
Lately, Nissan Philippines has been living by the words "better late than never." First with the Juke, then with the GT-R, the Japanese carmaker has been bringing into our country models that have been in the world market for some time.
We’re talking millions here
The Nissan GT-R is expensive. It's fun to drive and is a living legend, but still pricey nonetheless. But would you believe there's a watch out there that beats the GT-R's price tag?Grand Seiko, the luxury
Say it isn't so?
It's no surprise for a carmaker to confirm more and more of its products will be electrified, but it's no less intriguing to hear it, not least when it involves sports cars. One of Nissan's marketing bosses, Jean-Pierre
The best of Italy and Japan in one machine
Some years are bigger than others. On current form, 2018 is shaping up to be one that'll linger longer in the memory. But it still has some way to go if it's to beat 1968. Journalist Mark Kurlansky managed to
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