For many, it’s the king of all JDM import cars. Here’s a selection of the best modified Nissan Skyline GT-R builds from our archives.
Before we get into the thick of it, feel free to check out our ultimate guide to every generation of the Nissan Skyline GT-R, if you feel you need a bit more context.
Looking to buy one? Check out ourNissan GT-R buyer’s guide. Oh, and if you’re after some guidance for your own project, be sure to have a read of our GT-R tuning guide.
Other relevant articles include:
- Best wheels for a GT-R
- Best suspension for a GT-R
- Best exhaust for a GT-R
- Best air filter for a GT-R
Up to speed already? Great! Let’s get into it…
Mine’s Nissan Skyline GT-R R34 demo car
If you’re a fan of Japanese car culture, Mine’s is a name that should ring a bell. One of the key ’90s tuning houses, the Yokosuka-based firm is well known for its range of aftermarket parts, presence in Gran Turismo, and modified Nissan Skyline GT-R demo cars… like this one.
Mine’s only ever built three R34 demo cars, and just one is street legal. That unicorn now lives in Australia with a company called V-Spec Performance, which is where we were lucky enough to set our eyes upon it.
Simon Ong is the manager there, meaning that he’s driven a fair few JDM classics in his time – particularly of the Skyline variety. So, when he claims that he “hasn’t driven anything (street-legal) that’s better than the Mine’s Skyline GT-R R34,” you know that this car is a serious bit of kit.
What is it that makes the Mine’s R34 such a desirable vehicle, then? Well, true to the Mine’s philosophy, the sum of this Skyline’s parts is far greater than what its restrained exterior may lead you to believe.
The trick here isn’t so much about bolting on as many new upgrades as possible, but instead working with what Nissan blessed the R34 with at birth. Mine’s has overhauled every element of the RB26DETT that sits in the car’s engine bay: everything from cylinder boring, to block, head & cam lobe shaving, and whatever else their engineers could think of. There’s not an inch of this power unit that Mine’s left untouched, and as a result, it now outputs 600PS and 433lb ft of torque!
Check-out this must-see feature in its full glory by clicking here. Or, if you fancy finding out what a stock R34 is like to drive to begin with, head over to our hands-on review.
Pandem-kitted Modified Nissan Skyline GT-R R32
All-wheel drive is something that’s synonymous with the Skyline GT-R. After all, it’s that party trick which allowed the car to dominate as it did in world motorsport, sparking its mythical ‘Godzilla’ status.
However, Finnish car modifier Tony Hakku decided that the R32’s drivetrain still had room for improvement. “How?”, you may ask. Well, as the smoky burnout shot above suggests, this R32 can switch between rear-wheel drive and all-wheel drive. So, when you want to tackle backroads at pace you can still depend on the GT-R’s four wheels to grip their way around the bends. But, when things are a bit less serious, and when grip is the enemy rather than an ally, that switchable rear-wheel drive opens up a whole new world of fun.
As you can see through the smoke, Tony has made plenty of modifications to the outside of this car, as well as the inside. In fact, the first thing on his to-do-list when he bought the car was the exterior.
Rust in the arches served as the best possible justification for a widebody, but at the time, there was little choice when it came to affordable off-the-shelf R32 kits. Instead, Tony wrestled Pandem S13 arches into place. As you can imagine, that was a rather nerve-wracking process, but we think it paid off well in the end!
For the full run-down of the work Tony has put into his modified Nissan Skyline GT-R R32, give the full feature a read here. Or, if an R32 happens to be on your shopping list, be sure to read our dedicated buying and tuning guides.
Father & Son’s Nissan Skyline GT-R R33
Leon Chan’s love for Japanese performance cars is something which has stood the test of decades. Back in 2004, he left the comfort of working for his family’s restaurant to set up EP Racing – an independent aftermarket parts supplier, designed to cater to all the cars that Leon aspired to own himself.
Happily, the car-loving genes passed down to Leon’s son, Cody. Whether that was nature, nurture, or something in between, we’ll let you decide for yourself. Either way, fast-forward 20-odd years, and Cody is now at an age where he can get stuck into project cars too, much to his dad’s delight.
The initial plan was for the pair of them to build an S13 together – Cody is an S-Chassis fan at heart. However, when that didn’t pan out, they ended up with an R34 GT-T. Long story short, they traded that R34 for a friend’s R33 GT-R – which is the car you see here.
When they picked it up, the poor thing was in need of a bit of TLC. It had spent the past nine years off the road, but after a full service, it wasn’t long before the Chan family began to work their magic on it.
Carbon body styling is obviously a big new feature of the car. Its current look includes a set of custom-fabricated front wings, inspired by the Nismo R34 Z-Tune. The Chans have also added 18-inch Work alloys, TEIN Flex Z coilovers, and a load of goodies under the hood. However, if you want to read more about that, you’ll have to check out the full feature…
Feeling inspired? Give our R33 buying and tuning guides a read.
Modified R34 GT-R by ATTKD
Albeit still road legal, this Nissan Skyline GT-R R34 is one of the fastest GT-Rs to have ever competed at Japan’s Tsukuba circuit.
Hardcore JDM tuning shop, Autech Tsukada (or ‘ATTKD’), built the car originally. Now though, it resides in the UK with Harlow Jap Autos.
ATTKD is well known throughout Japanese racing circles as a firm focused on setting super-quick lap times with every car they build. However, whereas previous outlandish projects targeted pace at the high-speed Fuji Raceway, ATTKD built this Skyline to tackle shorter, twistier tracks – like Tsukuba.
Regardless of whichever circuit’s lap record you’re hunting down, you’re always going to need plenty of power and torque on tap. Naturally, this ATTKD GT-R has both, thanks to its HKS 2.8-litre stroker kit. Reworked forged pistons, con rods, and a lightweight counter crank help to increase engine displacement over the regular RB26 block.
Track time attacks require more than just sheer grunt though. So, on top of its 650hp, this GT-R is also 100kg lighter than a standard R34 GT-R, while traction off the line is greatly improved thanks to a carbon-formed twin-plate clutch, propshaft, and 1.5-way limited-slip diff.
Impressively, that’s not the full extent of this car’s mods list. So, if you want to read more about it, check out the full feature here. Or, if your pockets are deep enough to afford your own R34, have a glance at our buying and tuning guides.
Modified Nissan Skyline GT-R R33
There’s nothing retrospective about this modified Nissan Skyline GT-R R33. Built in period at around the turn of the century when Japanese tuning culture was at its peak, this R33 is a mash-up of old-school tuning techniques, complete with a spec-sheet that reads like a ‘who’s who’ of ’90s aftermarket tuning houses.
Truth be told, despite its somewhat unassuming exterior, this R33 is a bit of a brute to drive. That’s largely down to its triple-plate clutch, forming part of a hardcore six-speed transmission that slots into gear with a satisfying ‘clunk’.
It has a pretty menacing engine too. The RB26 under its hood is hugely modified and based upon the block found in the R33 ‘N1’ editions. Much of the HKS parts catalogue features in the mix too, ranging from aftermarket pistons and rods, to a new head gasket and crankshaft. GReddy, meanwhile, is the source of this R33’s beefy twin-turbo and revised fueling system.
If it’s numbers that you’re interested in, then we’ll gladly inform you that this handful of a car outputs around 630hp at 1.4bar of boost, though the GTR Shop reckons that the car’s pumped-up internals could potentially handle as much as 1.8bar instead. At that point though, drivability would undoubtedly be put into question.
While not intended as a daily driver, the suspension, braking, and powertrain mods make this R33 a joy to wrestle on a closed circuit – so long as you handle it with care!
Top Secret Nissan GT-R R35
Those of you well-versed in aftermarket tuning companies will have immediately clocked that iconic gold livery – paintwork which denotes this as a car built by the near-mythical Top Secret crew.
Even if you haven’t heard of Top Secret, you might have heard of their head honcho – Smokey Nagata. He’s the guy that attempted to do 200mph on the A1 in a modified Supra, earning him a visit to one of Britain’s murky jail cells. Happily, they didn’t lock Smokey up for long, meaning he could return to Japan to create more modified masterpieces such as this high-velocity GT-R.
These days, a British bloke called Lewis Petrie owns the car. However, getting his hands on Smokey’s R35 wasn’t as simple as just offering the right amount of cash. Instead, he had to prove his worth, which he did by paying multiple personal visits to Japan and building a highly modified R34 GT-R (complete with Top Secret parts).
Of course, being a Top Secret car, we aren’t privy to its full specs – even now it’s long since left home. What we can tell you though is that prior to being *detuned* to 900hp, this wild GT-R hit speeds of more than 230mph!
Naturally, that suggests some pretty major engine upgrades, and a completely overhauled transmission to go with them. Aesthetically speaking, the aero changes that Top Secret made to the car are contrastingly understated, and it’s got an unexpectedly comfortable cabin.
Check out the full feature here, and while you’re at it, have a read of our R35 buying and tuning guides incase you fancy unleashing your inner Smokey.
The World’s Fastest Nissan GT-R
The headline speaks for itself. This bright green dragster, built by Severn Valley Motorsport (SVM), is the fastest Nissan GT-R on official record.
Appropriately nicknamed ‘The Hulk’, this 2500-horsepower beast registered an astonishing top speed of 259.42mph, back in 2019. As you can imagine, that sort of output is only attainable if the car is equipped with very special engine. SVM has increased the capacity of the VR38 up to 4.0 liters, and in the process, forged all of its internals too. There’s a billet block and crank, as well as ported race-spec cylinder heads. The turbos are massively pumped up as well, both capable of running at 60psi/4.1 bar.
The fueling and cooling demands of the engine are naturally sky high. As such, SVM has added a 6-inch thick intercooler, while gas channels through via a carbon-fiber inlet and set of 12 injectors. Even the gas itself is a specialized blend of petrol and methanol. A Syvecs S8 ECU makes sure that all of those components run smoothly, and in fact, it even has the ability to raise the Hulk’s power output up to 3000PS! Though, we’re not sure what sort of situation requires that much oomph!
The list of work done to this R35 is seriously extensive. So, if you want to get the full picture, be sure to read our full-length feature on the car, here.
Want more GT-R content? Check out this GT-R trivia article!
The Dodge Challenger Hellcat is not just fast, but it's a supercar-beater. In a drag race, this baby, armed with its 707-hp 6.2-liter Hemi V8, could beat most supercars, let alone the GT-R.What is the best Nissan car in NFS heat? ›
1971 Nissan Skyline 2000 GTR
This Japanese muscle car is one of the most iconic cars in the history of Nissan, and you can unlock this car in Rep Level 20, which is very early in the game. Early in the game, it is definitely one of the best cars in NFS Heat after upgrades, and you can also use these for drifting.
Join AutoHunter's Jeff Sutton as he explains why the R32 Nissan Skyline GTR earned the nickname “Godzilla”. The R32 Nissan Skyline GT-R car has serious homologation roots with its 2.6-liter engine that would go on to dominate the Japanese Touring Car Championship.Which Skyline is best for tuning? ›
Nur Spec models have forged pistons and are considered the ultimate Skyline for tuning up. N1's are basically the pure racing versions, and the Nür-models basically inherited their engines. This means uprated oil pump, water pump, engine block, pistons, conrods, crankshaft and turbochargers.How fast would a 3000hp car go? ›
3,000 hp Nissan GT-R smashes half mile speed record
Godzilla is back. A souped up, stripped down, drag-ready Nissan GT-R from Extreme Turbo Systems broke the world speed record for the standing half mile by going 255.53 mph at the Pikes Peak Airstrip Attack in Colorado on June 19.
The built GT-R absolutely destroyed the Chiron right off the starting line. It wasn't even close and it made the French supercar look so slow despite completing the sprint even quicker than before at 10.02 seconds. In fact, the tuned GT-R clocked in 8.94 seconds for the quarter-mile.Would a GT-R beat a Hellcat? ›
Looking at the 2023 Nissan GT-R, it's clear that it could put up quite a fight against the Hellcat. It doesn't make as much power, but it has an all-wheel drive system to connect its power to the ground. Under its hood is a twin-turbocharged 3.8-liter V6 that makes 565 hp in its base form.Can GT-R beat Lamborghini? ›
Those advantages are then given a more visible representation in the second half of the table, which shows the Aventador can hit 60 miles per hour 0.2 seconds faster than the GT-R and run the quarter mile 0.6 s faster. In other words, the Aventador blows the GT-R out of the water.What GT-R has the most HP? ›
The ultimate GT-R experience can be found in the 2023 GT-R NISMO with its 600-hp engine and advanced performance and aerodynamics.What is the best muscle car in Need for Speed: Heat? ›
Arguably the best muscle car in the game, the ZR1 is as good as it gets to American muscle cars and with its stats, it's easy to see why. The ZR1 in Need for Speed: Heat has a default performance rating of 315, 5.7 power rating, 4.2 in high speed and 5.8 in acceleration.
Koenigsegg Regera '16 takes number one spot on the list because it stands out from all other cars in NFS Heat. It is an electric hybrid car with an elegant design and features a 5.0L twin-turbocharged hybrid V8 engine. It is the fastest car in the game and delivers a top speed of 255 mph and power of 1500 HP.What is Godzilla 4 called? ›
Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire is an upcoming American monster film directed by Adam Wingard.What is GT-R called in Japan? ›
The Nissan GT-R (Japanese: 日産・GT-R, Nissan GT-R), is a sports car and grand tourer produced by Nissan, unveiled in 2007. It is the successor to the Nissan Skyline GT-R, a high-performance variant of the Nissan Skyline.What is Godzilla 3 called? ›
Release. Godzilla: The Planet Eater premiered as the closing film at the Tokyo International Film Festival on November 3, 2018, and was given a theatrical release in Japan on November 9, 2018. It grossed $1.5 million. The film was released worldwide on Netflix on January 9, 2019.What is the coolest skyline? ›
New York City, USA
Many people would say that New York City has the best skyline in the world! We can't get enough of New York and there are so many great vantage points to take in the New York City skyline. One of the best places to take a photograph of the NYC Skyline is from the Statue of Liberty.
Sitting right at the top of the R33 GT-R range is the famed NISMO 400R, which is not only one of the rarest cars to ever come from Nissan, but it's arguably the coolest of all time.What is Z-Tune skyline? ›
: "Z-tune" refers to a vehicle that has been evolved to attain world top class speed and endurance as a road-going car. The pursuit of speed by obtaining a comprehensive balance for the vehicle is the extreme street tuning concept of NISMO."How fast is a 900hp car? ›
Reportedly, the car can go from 0 – 62 mph in 2.7 seconds, 0 – 124 mph in just 6.6 seconds, and has a top speed said to be over 248 mph! Thatâ€™s fast. […] Here is the next vehicle that claims to be the worldâ€™s fastest street-legal sports car – the Weber Sportcars Faster One.How fast is 10,000 hp? ›
10,000hp - 300mph. in the 1/4 mile!How fast is 11000 hp in mph? ›
Among the fastest-accelerating machines in the world, 11,000-horsepower Top Fuel dragsters are often referred to as the “kings of the sport,” and with good reason. They are capable of covering the dragstrip in less than 3.7 seconds at more than 330 mph.
The race is over as quickly as it started, with the Nissan GT-R taking victory and a time of 11 seconds at 126.40 mph, narrowly beating out the Mustang with its time of 11.14 seconds at 131.91 mph.Can GT-R beat Ferrari? ›
The answer to this theoretical question is fairly simple – yes, a Nissan GT-R can be faster than any Ferrari with the right modifications. In that regard, a Honda Civic can be faster than a Ferrari as well.Will a Tesla outrun a Hellcat? ›
Unfortunately for the driver, the Hellcat V8 is defeated by the Tesla's all-wheel drive and battery power. The Model 3 gets a great launch and holds the lead to run 11.60, versus 11.67 for the Charger.What muscle car is faster than a Hellcat? ›
The 2022 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 outruns the Challenger SRT Hellcat on the track and the drag strip. The supercharged Shelby model will hit 60 mph in just 3.4 seconds, per Car and Driver. Moreover, the GT500's 11.3-second quarter mile is 0.5 seconds quicker than the Redeye.What car can outrun a Hellcat? ›
- 1 2023 Porsche 911 Turbo S (2.2 Seconds)
- 2 2023 Chevrolet Corvette C8 Z06 (2.6 Seconds) ...
- 3 2023 BMW M5 Competition (2.8 Seconds) ...
- 4 2023 Porsche Cayman GTR 4S (2.8 Seconds) ...
- 5 2023 Nissan GT-R (2.9 seconds) ...
- 6 2023 Mercedes-AMG SL63 (3.0 Seconds) ...
The Nissan GTR is undeniably powerful, but it falls short of the excellent fuel economy of the GR Supra. The 2021 GTR only earns an EPA-estimated 16 city/22 highway MPG. Even the available engine of the GR Supra is able to top the Nissan GTR; it earns an EPA-estimated 22 city/30 highway MPG.How is the R34 so fast? ›
THE R34 SKYLINE GT-R
A technologically advanced display unit set the model apart, while it's RB26DETT twin-turbo I6 engine produced impressive horsepower. The shorter wheelbase and more streamlined body of the R34 helped it to achieve even higher performance than its predecessors.
In fact, the Bugatti Chiron has the honor of being the fastest supercar in the world.How much HP is Paul Walker's GT-R? ›
Walker's requested mods included Volk Racing wheels, a custom cage, Rotora brakes, Nismo bumper, skirts, exhaust system and pedals, and an East Bear hood. With an uprated intercooler and extra turbo boost the straight-six makes a reported 558 horsepower.How much HP can a GT-R handle? ›
Without any modifications to the mechanical part of the GT-R, and with only software tweaking, it is possible to achieve a power output of 600 horsepower, which allows the car to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 2.8 seconds.
The Nissan GT-R R35 Track Edition has a 3.8-liter twin-turbocharged V6 engine that produces 600 HP and 481 lb-ft of torque. It can go from 0-60 MPH in 2.7 seconds and reach a top speed of 193 MPH.What cars can you buy in Need for Speed Heat? ›
- Acura NSX 2017 Sportscar.
- Acura RSX-S 2004 Coupe.
- Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrofoglio 2016 Performance.
- Aston Martin DB5 1964 Classic.
- Aston Martin DB11 2017 Sportscar.
- Aston Martin Vulcan 2016 Hypercar.
- Audi R8 V10 Performance Coupe 2019 Supercar.
- Audi S5 Sportback 2017 Performance.
Best Choice: Nissan 180SX Type X '96
Whether it's a street or off-road race, this can be used in any style of race and have the potential to win. No, it's not as elite as some of the best off-road cars, but it'll do the job for now. The game seems to allude to this car being the best choice.
R Corvette, his bodywork is an original design inspired by many different race cars, but mainly based on the Generation 4 NASCARs that made up the top level Stock Car field when the movie was released in 2006.What is the best car for cornering in Need for Speed Heat? ›
Need For Speed Heat Best Car Road Drift - SRT Viper GTS '14 (283) If sliding around corners at high speed is your jam, then the SRT Viper GTS '14 makes a sensible choice.What is the fastest car ever? ›
It's not a 'car' in a conventional sense, but the ThrustSSC is technically speaking the fastest car that's ever been built. The jet-powered vehicle was clocked at 763mph back in 1997, making it the first car to break the sound barrier.How do you wreck cops in Need for Speed: Heat? ›
The most effective option for evading and escaping cops in Need for Speed Heat is to find a ramp and take advantage of it repeatedly. That means jumping once and then boosting past it is not enough especially if there are cops waiting at the other end of the ramp.What gender is Godzilla? ›
In the original Japanese films, Godzilla and all the other monsters are referred to with gender-neutral pronouns equivalent to "it", while in the English dubbed versions, Godzilla is explicitly described as a male. In his book, Godzilla co-creator Tomoyuki Tanaka suggested that the monster was probably male.What is Godzilla's sister? ›
Biollante is a genetically-modified rose Kaiju hybrid created from Godzilla's DNA by the Devonians, making her Godzilla and SpaceGodzilla's half-sister.What is the pink Godzilla called? ›
Gojirin resembles Godzilla in her appearance, but has several key differences. Her skin is bright pink, and her dorsal plates are a lighter shade of pink, and are also heart-shaped. In keeping with a common cartoon trope, her gender is also identified by her longer eyelashes.
The GT-R abbreviation stands for Gran Turismo–Racing while the GT-B stands for Gran Turismo–Berlinetta. The Japanese chose to use Italian naming conventions when naming the car – as most cars that were made in Japan at that time used Western abbreviations – to further enhance sales.What is a cringe car in Japanese? ›
These customized cars are called “itasha.” The linguistic origins of itasha are said to coin the slang expression "ita" from the Japanese term "itai" or "itaitashii"（meaning “ouch” or “painful”） as used for "something disgraceful that you cannot bear to look at" in joking combination with the term "Ita-sha" which is an ...How much is a GT-R in Japan in USD? ›
Japanese pricing kicks off from ¥13.75 million ($104,788) for the Pure Edition and increases to ¥15.35 million ($116,982) for the Black Edition, ¥14.84 million ($113,095) for the Premium Edition, and ¥18.967 million ($144,494) for the Premium Edition T-Spec.Who is Godzilla's queen? ›
But Mothra is the undisputed Queen. The giant moth-like monster first appeared in the 1961 Toho film “Mothra” and is among the most popular kaiju in the “Godzilla” franchise. And unlike the majority of her fellow kaiju, Mothra has always been depicted as a hero and a protector of humanity.What will Godzilla 2023 be about? ›
What is Godzilla 2023 about? Little is currently known about Yamazaki's Godzilla movie. All that's confirmed is that the movie will be a period piece set between 1945 and 1947, as Japanese society attempts to move on from World War 2.Who is Godzilla's first son? ›
Minilla, Godzilla's first son, introduced in the 1967 film Son of Godzilla. Godzooky, Godzilla's nephew from the 1978–1981 animated television series Godzilla.What is the rarest skyline color? ›
The rarest of all Skyline R34 GT-Rs, the 1 of 1 QT1 Pearl White car. This was the only 1 of 11,578 R34 GT-Rs produced to come in this version of Pearl White, the rest being QX1 Pearl White. Photos by Ale.What US city has the prettiest skyline? ›
The New York City skyline takes the prize as the best skyline in the country. From above, the Big Apple shines with its landmark buildings like the Empire State Building, the Chrysler Tower and the One World Trade Center.What is the slowest skyline? ›
World's Slowest Nissan Skyline: Rear-Engine VW Powered R34 - BMW 3-Series and 4-Series Forum (F30 / F32) | F30POST. 1. Known as the Nissan Skyline GT-R buggy, this car has a rediculous high-water stance since the car was specifically built to have a high clearance and be able to make it down a stair case.What does V spec mean in Skyline? ›
[ShortStory] GT-R V-spec was a Skyline GT-R with an optional package that was first equipped on Model R32 GT-R in February 1993. Its standard equipment included Brembobrakes and 17-inch BBS wheels. ATTESA E-TS PRO was adopted as the drive system for the all-new R33 GT-R rolled out in January 1995.
A: The lowest recorded sale price was $7,501 for a 2000 nissan skyline GT on April 12 2023. Q: What is the average sale price of a Skyline?Which Skyline GT-R is legal? ›
After years of pining and a handful of special models making it in through Show or Display legislation for the limited importation of historically or technically significant vehicles never officially sold in America, the legendary R34 Nissan Skyline is finally legal for American importation under the 25-year rule.How many Z-tunes were built? ›
Built in 2003 on the tail end of the R34 Skyline's production, the Z-Tune was a glorious celebration of Nismo's 20th anniversary. Just 19 were built, essentially by hand, and considered street-legal race cars.How many GTR Z-tunes were made? ›
Only 20 Skyline GT-R Nismo Z-Tunes were ever built, with most of them currently hidden away in garages as appreciating money trees.Which Nissan GT-R has the most horsepower? ›
The ultimate GT-R experience can be found in the 2023 GT-R NISMO with its 600-hp engine and advanced performance and aerodynamics.What is the top speed of the top secret GT-R? ›
Yes, that's exactly 234.407mph! While we all dream of owning a true super-modified supercar like this, Lewis Petrie is the lucky man who made the fantasy a reality.What is the highest HP tuned car? ›
The Devel Sixteen will be the first production car in the world having a power of 5007 hp at its disposal. This car can achieve a speed of 60 mph in 1.8 seconds and then power on to reach top speeds of 348mph.How fast is a 1500 hp Nissan GT-R? ›
As proven, our P16 package is capable of 7 second passes at 180+mph which is tame enough to daily, its easily seen why Brendon chose the PR16 package and this build spec would be one of our favourites to date.How much hp does a Stage 5 GT-R have? ›
STAGE 5 / 775 bhp.How much hp does a GT-R Godzilla have? ›
Nissan's electronically controlled all-wheel-drive system also comes standard. But while the lesser Premium and T-spec trims produce 565 horsepower and 467 pounds-feet of torque, the motorsport-inspired NISMO ups those figures to 600 hp and 481 pounds-feet.
Under the hood, the V-Spec is powered by the same RB26DETT twin-turbo inline-six engine as the standard R34 GT-R, producing up to 330 horsepower and 293 lb-ft of torque.Can a Nissan GTR beat a Lamborghini? ›
Those advantages are then given a more visible representation in the second half of the table, which shows the Aventador can hit 60 miles per hour 0.2 seconds faster than the GT-R and run the quarter mile 0.6 s faster. In other words, the Aventador blows the GT-R out of the water.Can Skyline beat Supra? ›
Unsurprisingly, the Skyline is the quicker of the two to 60 mph (96 km/h), hitting the mark in just 3.3 seconds while the Supra needs 4.36 seconds. The Nissan keeps its advantage down the full quarter-mile, finishing with a best time of 11.28 seconds compared to the 12.18 seconds of the Toyota. WHEN LEGENDS RACE..