You could either buy a 2018 Nissan 370Z NISMO Tech for $47,000, or this rare Tommykaira Skyline R33 GT-R. It's just one of 400 examples worldwide, and this particular model is one of a mere 34 units, to come equipped with the full catalog of Tommykaira after market parts. This includes: unique red decals, a large rear wing, bronze-colored five-spoke NISMO wheels, and black accented taillights. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
At first glance, or from afar, the rear of this Toyota Celica might pass as a wide body Nissan GT-R, but upon closer inspection, you'll see that it's just a knockoff. No word yet on what's under the hood, but even if it does come equipped with a tuned twin-turbocharged 1,000 hp engine, most racers wouldn't give it the time of day at the track. Continue reading for a picture of the front.
If the standard Nissan GT-R just isn't fast enough for you, Brill Street Motorsport's latest creation will definitely satisfy your need for speed. This heavily tuned machine now generates a staggering 1,759 hp and 1,626 Nm of torque. To match the power, they installed a custom Rocket Bunny bodykit and a plenty of other visual accessories to boot. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny Facebook status updates gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a fascinating frozen gasoline experiment.
Called the "Copzilla", this real Nissan GT-R police car was developed specifically for the 2017 New York Auto Show, but unfortunately (or fortunately), won't make an appearance in Fast 8. It sports a matte black paint job with gold stripes, features a massive wing, large 22-inch wheels, official police lights up top and in the grille, and 'Skyline Metro' badges. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
South African electrical engineer Moses Ngobeni had always dreamed of building his own sports car, and he made that a reality. Spending a total of just 240,000 ZAR ($16,750 USD), he managed to complete the project in a mere 3-years sourcing parts from multiple automobiles. Its 2.0L engine, as well as the rear brake light, come from a 1998 BMW 318is, while the rear windows from a 1986 Mazda 323, side windows from a 2005 BMW M3 E46, a Volkswagen Caddy windscreen, 2011 Audi TT headlights and lastly, menacing 2015 Nissan GT-R taillights. Continue reading for another video and more information.
Kuhl Racing spent over 6-months creating this GT-R, starting with a fiberglass bodykit, which was then intricately hand engraved. Once that was completed, the car was given an 18K gold finish. Unfortunately, it'll set you back over $1-million if you decide to purchase this luxurious one-off beast. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and additional information. Click here for a few more bonus shots, including a couple of the exhaust.
Nissan's all-new 2017 GT-R has a top speed of 196mph and can go from 0-60mph in 2.9-seconds, and to put it to the test, the company built a drone capable of hitting 115mph. Now it may not have the range, but it out-accelerates the car to 62mph, managing to hit it in 1.3-seconds. This was made possible with a special custom design optimized to keep drag to a minimum. It's an FPV-type drone, flown in the same way as competition drones, which means the pilot has a headset that relays a drone-eye-view to him, enabling pinpoint precision. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny Facebook status updates gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a tourist in Vienna, Austria who discovered an extremely well-disguised ATM skimmer.
Unlike its predecessor, the 2017 Nissan GT-R now pumps 565-horsepower from its twin-turbo 3.8L V6 engine, an increase of 20-horsepower, mated to a dual-clutch 6-speed gearbox. You also get a new Titanium exhaust system with "Active Sound Enhancement" to give it more of a bark outside, while "Active Noise Cancellation" keeps things quiet in the cabin. Speaking of the interior, the paddle shifters are now steering wheel-mounted, enabling drivers to make mid-turn gear changes without having to move their hand position. Click here for more pictures of the 2017 GT-R. Continue reading for two more videos, including one focusing on its incredible engine.
Sure, the Bugatti Veyron may have over 1000-horsepower, but T1 Race Development's Nissan GT-R has more than twice that. You ready that right, their "record-breaking machine," delivers a monstrous output of 2,276-horsepower at 9,332RPM and 1,335 lb-ft of torque at 7,484RPM to the wheels. All of this power is good for a 7.6-second @ 187mph quarter mile time and a standing 0-186mph in 9.6-seconds on street tires. Continue reading for two more videos and additional information.
This followup to the original Juke-R may look similar, but it's definitely no slouch. Powered by a 3.8L twin-turbo V6 from the GT-R NISMO that produces 600-horsepower, this family crossover has been given new life as a performance vehicle. There's plenty of carbon fiber components on the exterior, including the bumper and a set of winglets. To keep things stealthy, it was given a matte black paint job. You can see it in person at the Goodwood Festival Speed this weekend. Continue reading for a video and more information.