THE NEW GT-R
THE GT-R HAS broken THE RULES for DECADES. AND GUESS WHAT? IT’S ALL GOING TO HAPPEN AGAIN.
CRAFTMANSHIP EVERY STEP OF THE WAY
MASTER CRAFTSMEN BREATHE LIFE INTO THE NISSAN GT-R, CREATING A UNIQUELY HUMAN VISION OF A SUPERCAR.
Only five master craftsmen in the world are allowed to hand-assemble the GT-R’s engine and affix a plaque carrying their name.
The top development drivers at Nissan were brought together to help create a vehicle that would excel at any racetrack, in any kind of weather, in the hands of any level of driver.
Drivers are assigned to a unique aspect of Nissan GT-R’s development, including an Autobahn expert, a “Marketability” expert, and “Ringmeisters” who pit the GT-R against the legendary Nürburgring.
2002 nissan Skyline GT-R M-spec Nür R34
Named after the famed Nürburgring racetrack, M-Spec Nür boasted upgraded turbochargers over its predecessors.
1997 nissan Skyline GT-R V-SpEC R33
The Nissan GT-R V-Spec is a high-spec model which initially appeared as an option pack for the Nissan R32 GT-R. With Brembo-made brakes and 17" BBS wheels as standard, it quickly gained popularity.
1993 nissan GT-R V-Spec R32
This limited Nissan edition V-Spec model commemorates the legendary championship wins.
1973 NISSAN SKYLINE H/T 2000GT-R
With its 6-cylinder in-line DOHC 24-valve S20 engine, this Nissan GT-R was the first domestic car to have disc brakes front and rear.
1969 NISSAN SKYLINE 2000GT-R
The first Nissan GT-R, a 4-door sedan, won 36 racing victories in less than 2 years.
1964 NISSAN SKYLINE 2000GT
After racing head-to-head against a Porsche 904 at Fuji Speedway in Japan, the Nissan Skyline GT-R legend is born.