Nissan GT-R Info
Not for the faint-hearted, the Nissan supercar was built with outrageous speed in mind. Its innovative design, handling and control represent performance unmatched. A blend of pure power and intuition, this is an iconic design created for the driver who is fond of breaking with convention. With shockingly high capacity turbos and masterfully tuned suspension you’re in for one wild ride.
If it’s performance and unbridled horsepower that you’re after, the Nissan GT-R is for you. Nissan’s racing arm is no stranger to creating a high precision vehicle that will excel at any racetrack, in any kind of weather. The competition-developed high-downforce body kit, award-winning twin turbocharged engine and racing standard aerodynamics allow the driver to take any track with the skill and prowess of Alonso. With an exhaust system boosting rated power to 545 BHP, the GT-R is capable of achieving a speed of 0-60 in 3.2 seconds. With a top speed of 311 km/h, this machine is a force to be reckoned with.
Iconic Style and Flare
This two-door, 3.8L V6 supercar has the iconic look and style the GT-R is renowned for. Its distinctive body and interior echo an era when prestige and racing were synonymous.
Luxurious yet subtle, every detail is crafted with care. From the hand-stitched touring leather, 8” touchscreens to the enhanced readability of performance metres, everything about the GT-R’s prestige interior supports the driver’s pure, unadulterated enjoyment of the ride.
The Nissan GT-R was built for cruising spectacular coastlines and sandy beaches with the wind in your hair. Leave Nice behind and breathe life into a panoramic drive down the French Riviera as you cruise into charming Monaco with the speed and agility it’s renowned for. If you dare, put your nerves to the test on the Autobahn and feel the unbridled passion of a racing supercar at your fingertips. Wherever you decide to go, you can be sure it will be exhilarating.
The GT-R is worthy only of a driver with enough passion and courage to test its performance to its limits. Are you up to the challenge?