The Cars

The complete history.  Many owners that come into modern day GT-R ownership don't realise that the GT-R story started many years ago ago.  Before many of us were born or care to remember.....
R35 Nissan GT-R

R35 Nissan GT-R

"Building a 310 km/h car is not a particularly difficult challenge"

"The challenge is to build a car that is stable and quiet at that speed, a car that is comfortable and easy to drive at that speed, a car that has excellent straight-line stability at over 300 km/h, a car that can handle snow and ice and rain at high speed, a car that is also environmentally sound and has very high safety standards.

It is my belief that no car mixes these abilities like the Nissan GT-R."


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R34 Skyline GT-R

R34 Skyline GT-R

As Nissan racing car designers will tell you, the stiffer and lighter the bodyshell, the better the chassis behaviour. For the new R34 GT-R Nissan used a MRS (Multi Road Simulator) computer to help identify the optimum points for structural reinforcement. They then handed the car to the GT-R test team for final evaluation under real driving conditions on the track.
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R33 Skyline GT-R

R33 Skyline GT-R

The new R33 Skyline GT-R was launched in January 1995 with a base GT-R and the V-spec model. The V-spec model weighed in 10 kg (22 lb) heavier, and had a sportier suspension resulting in lower ground clearance. The V-spec also featured the newer ATTESA E-TS Pro all-wheel drive system, which included an Active Limited-Slip Differential.


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R32 Skyline GT-R

R32 Skyline GT-R

In 1989 Nissan revived the famous GT-R name with the intention to dominate Group A racing in Japan.
Read more about the R32 Skyline GT-R.