The Nissan GT-R has been a bit of a polarizing machine since it’s arrived years ago. Some love it while others feel it can be a bit soulless.
A Nissan GT-R driven by Jann Mardenborough flipped off the track and into the spectator area at this weekend's VLN endurance race at the Nürburgring in Germany. The driver survived without serious injuries but one spectator was killed and more were injured. [UPDATED With Video].
"Wow," was all I could say, emerging from a Nissan GT-R for the first time. It really did exceed my expectations. Then I drove the Nismo version, one of about 60 that will come to the US this year. And sweet sweaty bear bollocks, the thing made me reconsider what I thought was possible on four wheels.
If you want so see what the brutal, relentless pursuit of speed looks like, find a Nissan GT-R Nismo. It's unreal.
The GT-R Nismo is ridiculous. Never again will people say the GT-R looks boring. And I'm willing to bet that people will not be calling this GT-R a digital appliance either. Nearly 600 horsepower will do that.
If you're at work, creating a spreadsheet or prepping a vital organ for transplant, please put down what you're doing. This 2015 Nismo GT-R's record Nürburgring lap is worth it.
Imagine a Nissan GT-R, but fast. That would give you this: The Nissan GT-R Nismo. 595 horsepower. 7:08 around the Nurburgring. Suck on that, everyone.