"It's a video game." "It's boring." "It does everything for you." "I don't like it." This is what people who have never driven a Nissan GT-R say. They should drive one. They're wrong.
The Nissan GT-R was the ultimate bargain supercar when it hit the USA. A 2008 GT-R had a sticker price of just $69,850.
Godzilla. A name that conjurers up memories of bad lip-synching, symbolic monsters, and the Nissan GT-R. It's fast. Scary fast. Slap yo' mama in the mouth fast. For 2014 (2013 JDM) they've kept the same 546 horsepower as the last year but "improved response in the mid- and upper-rpm rev range" and made some suspension…