Articles about Nissan Gt R

This Nissan isn’t a real 400R—it’s just a body kit—but it’s still eye candy
The R33 Nissan Skyline GT-R 400R is arguably one of the most coveted Skyline GT-Rs ever. The R33 was special in its own right-it was faster and handled better than its R32 predecessor-but this 400R was even more
The pinnacle of the brand’s performance
When it comes to Japanese performance, the Nissan GT-R is easily one of the top dogs in the conversation. Why? It's immensely fast, a hoot to drive, and very menacing to look at. There really isn't that much more
Too much?
You don't need to do much to make a vehicle like the Nissan GT-R stand out. It's that impressive to look at. Some people, though, can't help but splash on a fresh coat of paint or play around
For fans of the OG Godzilla
The R32 Skyline GT-R is arguably one of the most important GT-R models to ever roll out of Nissan's factories. It was the GT-R that earned the famed nickname Godzilla after the car won 29 out of 29
This generation is now 13 years old
It's a monstrous looking thing, isn't it? This is the Nissan GT-R Nismo, and it may be among the last GT-Rs to roll officially out of the factory. Perhaps the last.That ought not to be a colossal
It’s called the ‘GT-R (X) 2050’
This is a Nissan GT-R. It's no ordinary GT-R, though. Heck, it's not even an ordinary car.This is called the 'GT-R (X) 2050' conceptualized by Nissan Design America (NDA) intern Jaebum 'JB' Choi. The concept originated
Damn
A few years back, Nissan made old-school Skyline GT-R owners the world over ecstatic with the launch of the Nismo Heritage program. Long story short, this essentially made it easy for enthusiasts to get a hold of genuine parts and
Yes, we're invested
Top Gear wants to talk about the new Nissan GT-R and Z. The boss of Nissan wants to talk about his new Ariya electric crossover. Okay, Uchida-san, you go first.It's not easy being Makoto Uchida. He took over
Car birthdays are the best
The SLS GT3 was AMG's 45th birthday present to 'passionate performance enthusiasts and collectors.' Limited to only five units, said passionate performance enthusiasts also needed to have a healthy bit of wedge in their back pocket to get one-£360,000 (
Just what the doctor ordered
Remember when we foolishly claimed earlier that the Torsus Terrastorm could be the perfect apocalypse vehicle? Well, we were wrong, because what you'd really want in the event of all hell breaking loose is this: a jacked-up off-road Nissan
It won MVP at the ’96 Tokyo Auto Salon
The R33 Skyline GT-R is a desirable piece of JDM. Maybe not as memorable as the R32 or R34, but desirable nonetheless. Desirable enough to sell for $120,000 (more than P6 million), though? Probably not.This one which is currently
'Performance meets practicality'
Well, here's one way to stay productive with all the downtime we're experiencing: Some geniuses in Europe are currently busy swapping the Nissan Navara's turbodiesel with, get this, a GT-R's twin-turbo V6. Crazy.SB Motorsport, which
It celebrates the GT-R’s 50th birthday
First, it was a concept car. Then, weirdly, it was a computer rendering, showing what the actual production car would look like (identical to the concept car, in fact). But now, at long last, it's here: The Nissan GT-R50 by
It’s not cheap
Now, you don't see these things everyday. VDM Cars in deepest Deutschland claims to have in its possession an actual Nissan Juke-R. One of just five built, it says, and now available to buy for a mere £580,000 (P36.
Now this is what we call a rig
There's a tool for every job out there-it's just a matter of finding the right one. And if the job happens to entail filming one of the most intense automobiles on the planet around a track over and over
Only 5,000 sets have been produced
Fans of the Nissan GT-R are going to want to listen up: The Japanese car manufacturer has just released a limited-edition stamp set to celebrate the nameplate's 50th birthday. Each vehicle bearing the GT-R moniker gets a commemorative
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