In order to build the ultimate GT-R, Nissan went back to basics. Their motorsports department “Nismo” asked for a stronger foundation. The basis of a Nismo GT-R starts with more welds and more adhesives. This allows for a stiffer suspension that starts with thick sway bars. Nismo-specific springs and shocks are tuned to 20″ Rays wheels. Titanium exhaust and a carbon fiber trunk lid are a few of the exclusives not found on lesser models. The turbochargers are also Nismo-spec, which pushes the 3.8 liter V8 to 600 horsepower and 481 lb-ft of torque.
0-60: 2.9 seconds
1/4 mile: 11.0 @128 mph
Top Speed: 191 mph
Every GT-R is all wheel drive, and the unique drivetrain layout is how it maintains a perfect balance. The engine sends power to a rear-mounted dual-clutch transmission, but the front axles are driven by a secondary driveshaft running parallel to the first. This helps to keep the center of gravity low while offering a bulletproof drivetrain. No one expects a V6 coupe to walk away from Italian exotics, but sometimes even a Huracan learns the hard way. Owners of the Nissan GT-R Nismo have nothing to fear, as the car has been known to shame a Bugatti Veyron Vitesse along with a Koenigsegg CCX. Super Silver is a premium finish that usually adds $3,000 to the window sticker, but Reed Nissan is willing to make a deal on this Nissan GT-R price. They have the ultimate example for sale in Orlando, Florida. If you really need to get away, the Nissan GT-R top speed is 191 miles per hour. So plan an Orlando vacation and get ready for a thrill ride!