Nissan’s premier model, the Nissan GT-R, is nothing short of innovation. With a newly designed body and performance enhancements, the 2017 model is a force of automotive power to be reckoned with. Keeping up with this race car on the track is a true feat. In order to ensure the best footage and coverage of the Nissan GT-R on the track, the Japanese automaker created a new GT-R drone.
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This race-specification drone can hit 0-60 mph in a mere 1.3 seconds, making it more than capable to keep up with its automotive counterpart on the track. The new piece of technology is fitted with 2000kV motors hits a top speed of 114 mph. Though the GT-R drone tops out about 81 mph before the GT-R automobile, its impressive acceleration allows it to pull in some pretty amazing footage of the GT-R race car in action.
In fact, footage of both GT-Rs on the track is available. Check out the video below, of Nissan NISMO driver Ricardo Sanchez speeding down the track while James Bowles, champion drone pilot maneuvers the GT-R drone.