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NISSAN GT-R

NISSAN GT-R 2015

NISSAN GT-R

WHAT IF_
THE ONLY COMPETITION WAS YOURSELF?

With its unmatched blend of technology and soul, the GT-R® is built to be driven in real-world conditions, places other supercars wouldn’t dare of tread.

Think how incredible it would be to drive a supercar as astonishing as the GT-R® like it was any other car – in other words, anytime you wanted, for any and every reason, or just because it’s yours. So drive it to the office, out to dinner, up and down the boulevards. Take friends over a long weekend. Up to the mountains, when the lifts open. And of course, to the track. This is a GT-R,® after all.

  • Introducing the 2015 NISSAN GT-R

    A Need for Speed
  • THE GT-R
    HERITAGE

    A Need for Speed
  • Introducing the 2015 NISSAN GT-R

    A Need for Speed
  • THE GT-R HERITAGE

    A Need for Speed

    Takumi One Man One Engine

  • A Need for Speed
  • GT-R,® you only need to lift the hood. Only four master craftsmen in the world are allowed to hand-assemble the GT-R®’s engine. They are known as Takumi – a Japanese term used to describe a master craftsman who has perfected his skills over years of painstaking work and dedication. And with over 100 years of combined Takumi experience in building engines, the passion is very, very strong. Each GT-R® engine is assembled by a single craftsman – and proudly bears a plaque carrying their signature. Perfection comes in many ways; each Takumi inspects each piece for quality and to guarantee precision. But it’s more than just exceptional skill that goes into the process that makes the GT-R® so special. As one of the Takumi says, “We put our souls into each engine, hoping to deliver that excitement to customers.”

NISSAN GT-R

    Evolution
    Never Stops for Nissan GT-R

  • During testing in 2007, the all-new GT-R created a sensation when it posted an official 7-minute, 38.5-second lap – the fastest lap ever for a production car. But for team GT-R, it was just the beginning. In 2009, the GT-R sent another shock wave through the performance world with an unofficial time of 7 minutes, 26.7 seconds. Why stop at just one lap? In May 2012, the GT-R returned to the Nurburgring to compete in a grueling 24-hour race. Against full-on race cars, the stock production GT-R took incredible punishment, and was able not only to finish – it was first in class.

    Driven to constantly improve, on September 30, 2013, the all-new 2014 GT-R Nismo with the Nismo N Attack Package took to the Nurburgring, and ran an incredible 7:08.679, making it – once again – the fastest volume production car in the world. We cheered. We celebrated. And and then we went back to work. Because where others see a finish line, we just see the start of the next lap.

    154bends

    20.81km long

    7:08.679September 30 2013, GT-R NISMO (with Nismo N Attack package)

  • A Need for Speed
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  • YOU GET TO CREATE YOUR OWN RULES.

  • GT-R Interior

  • Even the dual subwoofers between the rear seats were developed especially for the GT-R, angled specifically to work in concert with the sounds of the car itself, and employ the trunk as a giant bass enclosure.

  • While most supercars must stay in the garage, or make a hasty retreat to warmer climates, GT-R’s advanced All-Wheel Drive gives you confidence in slippery conditions.

  • Ideally balanced. To achieve optimal front-to-rear weight distribution, the Nissan GT-R’s clutches, transmission and transfer case are all mounted in the rear of the chassis, creating the world’s first independent rear transaxle for an All- Wheel Drive vehicle.