The new 911 is faster than any plain Carrera S to come before it. Now Tiff Needel at Evo Magazine wants to know if the Porsche can finally beat its supercar-killing rival — the recently-updated 2012 Nissan GT-R.
Nissan Middle East has just put a new Nissan GT-R on the market. Officially called the VVIP edition, it has a custom sound system, a leather cabin, and gold trim. We'll call it the GT-R Brougham d'Elegance.
Isn't the 2012 Nissan GT-R already track-ready? Sure. But Nissan's new Track Pack, a 10,000-quid option for UK buyers, makes a track-day beating a bit less taxing on the GT-R's bits and a little more rewarding for whoever's driving.
The 2012 Nissan GT-R will rip off a 0-to-60 mph run in an astounding 2.9 seconds, according to a company test at Japan's Senda Hi-Land raceway. The outgoing GT-R? 3.3 seconds.
The updated 2012 Nissan GT-R made its bow at the Paris Motor Show, quietly biding its time away from the spotlight. The city of lights is no place for a lizard to go stomping.
Four completely undisguised 2012 Nissan GT-Rs were caught testing yesterday at the Nürburgring showing an extra fin, revised front bumper and awful LED foglights. Oh Godzilla, what tiny, blindingly bright lower eyelids you have. [NAGTROC]
Leaks indicate the 2012 Nissan GT-R's getting slightly honed — lighter forged wheels, improved aerodynamics, LED running lights, new colors, small interior upgrades, and apparently a bump in power.