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.
Criminals beware, as this awesome Nissan GT-R police car might be one vehicle you won't be able to outrun. According to HiConsumption, "the 2-door sports car has even been equipped with a set of flashing red and blue lights complete with sirens." The Dubai police car fleet might be its only rivals. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny school pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a very talented musician singing Katy Perry's Dark Horse in 20 different musical styles.
JamieP filmed and uploaded this video onto YouTube, which shows his excited daughter going along for a ride in his monstrous 1000hp GT-R. She sits in the front passenger seat and then screams and laughs her way through the various high speed runs urging her father to keep on going while covering her eyes. Continue reading to see why it's received over 350,000 views.
Speeders beware, as you probably won't be able to outrun this 2012 Nissan GT-R turned undercover police car by the EVI Corporation. It features "a full range of blue and red flashers as well as the standard strobe treatment for both the headlights and taillights." Videos after the break.
According to the word kicking around the web, this GT-R showed up at EVI with a mere 13 miles on the clock, meaning its as fresh as a fallen snow.
No matter how fast you think your car is, stupid antics like trying to pass someone on a narrow street should be left for the racetrack, otherwise accidents like the one you're about to see could happen (or worse). Simply put, this Nissan GTR driver was trying to overtake a car, when suddenly, a wheel fell off, causing it to crash into a row of parked cars on the streets of Moscow. Videos after the break. Click here for more pictures.
Similar the standard model, the 2012 Nissan GTR Black Edition "packs the same 530hp but adds red-trimmed Recaro seats, red and black interior, and different wheels." Videos after the break. Click here for the first picture in gallery.
Emerging after an extensive list of focused upgrades and refinements, the sports car demonstrates poise, confidence, authority and continues to show no signs of fear. We'd go so far as to argue the GT-R finally possesses something that it lacked in the past: character.
Nissan revealed their revamped 2012 GT-R at the LA Auto Show today. Upgrades include "increased boost from the twin turbos packed into the six combustion chambers along with larger inlet and exhaust pipes." These modifications enable the car to hit 60mph in under 3-seconds. Pricing will start at $89,950 and go up to $95,100 for the Premium and Black editions. Video after the break. Click here for the first picture in the gallery.
All models get new and improved Rays wheels, and a new Black Edition sees darkened six-spoke affairs along with red-trimmed Recaro seats that should look pretty darn nice with the new across-the-range carbon interior highlights.
These images are purportedly of Nissan's 2012 GT-R, which features "a revised front fascia complete with new (and sure to be controversial) LED driving lights frenched into new canards at either corner of the front bumper, lowering the car's coefficient of drag from 0.272 to 0.268." Click here for more pictures.
There's also a new rear diffuser that adds 10 percent more downforce at the business end and a set of forged wheels from Rays cut 6.6 pounds of unsprung weight at each corner for a total loss of over 26 pounds.
Germany-based AVUS Performance unveils their revamped Nissan GT-R, called the Batmobil Reloaded. Limited to just 480-units worldwide, this model boasts a "new modified ECU and special exhaust pipe, which helps the GT-R up to an impressive 580bhp and 700 Nm of torque." Click here for first picture in gallery.
Visually you can only imagine the power the GT-R has. The matte black, the lowering via coilovers (stock adjustments for the dampers will be kept) and the black painted 20" wheels combined with wheel spacers sum up the package.