Max speed 315 kph (195.3 mph)
0 - 100 kph 3.4 s
0 - 200 kph 11.2 s
0 - 60 mph 2.9 s
0 - 100 mph 6.6 s
0 - 150 mph 15.8 s
1/4 mile 11.0 s @ 128 mph


Power 441 kw (591 bhp / 599 ps)
Torque 652 Nm (482 lb-ft)
Displacement 3.8 liters (232 ci)
Engine type tt v6
Engine location front

General data

Gearbox 6 speed dual clutch
Drive all wheel drive
Fuel capacity
Year of introduction 2015
Home country Japan


Curb weight 1720 kg (3784 lbs) +


Power to Weight ratio 344 bhp/tonne
Power per liter 156 bhp/liter
1/8 mile (est) 7.2 s @ 104 mph
1/2 mile (est) 17.9 s @ 144 mph
1 mile (est) 29.4 s @ 166 mph stats

FL Rank Position - 41/1598, 120 points
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2015 Nissan GT-R Nismo (R35)

Photo of Nissan GT-R Nismo (R35)

Nissan GT-R Nismo (R35) racing rivals

Chevrolet Corvette Z06, Ford GT, Ferrari F430, Ferrari 360 CS, Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano

0 - 100 km/h
Porsche 911 GT3 RS (991) 3.3 s
Koenigsegg One:1 3.3 s
Nissan GT-R Nismo (R35) 3.4 s
Bugatti EB110 GT 3.5 s
Porsche 911 Turbo 3.5 s
0 - 200 km/h
Nissan GT-R (R35 530 PS) 11.1 s
Porsche 911 GT3 RS (991) 11.1 s
Nissan GT-R Nismo (R35) 11.2 s
RUF CTR Yellow Bird 11.3 s
BMW M6 (F13) 11.3 s
1/4 mile
Corvette Z06 10.9 s @ 127 mph
RUF CTR3 11.0 s @ 132 mph
Nissan GT-R Nismo (R35) 11.0 s @ 128 mph
Mosler MT900S Photon 11.0 s
Porsche 911 GT2 RS (997) 11.0 s

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Community comments (99)

  2 months ago
Holy crap is the new Yamaha R1 awesome!
  7 months ago
  7 months ago
NISSAN has won the Liqui-Moly Bathurst 12 Hour for 2015, stealing the show thanks to a remarkable finish that saw Japanese driver Katsumasa Chiyo charge from third to first in the last two laps to deliver the brand their first Bathurst win since 1992.
  7 months ago
  11 months ago
1:19.07 at Streets Of Willow driven by Pobst for Motor Trend.
  11 months ago
Yea that's fine and all but the nismo is not the car that did the time. The nismo is a $150k car. The N attack is a $250k car. That's in an entirely different price ranges. More than a huracan base. The ststandard nismo was only a tenth quicker than a 911 turbo s around a track when motor trend tested it. And the turbo isn't even Porsches dedicated track car.But whatever.
u base.
  11 months ago

But i agree the Niss is no longer the bargain it was, Its still a bargain, But back when it was introduced i think it was more impressive then it is today, Id still pay it, But why pay that when i can have THAT?...

But in this day and age, What SHOULD be faster, Doesnt apply like it used to, Thats been completely thrown out the window.

Nismo or ACR?....Not tuff in my opinion, GTR is still impressive, But i think its lost alot of its impressiveness back in 2011.
  11 months ago
Actually I agree!
  11 months ago, last edited 11 months ago
I will make it simply, please no hard feelings.
Viper: old Technology, price bargain, viceral experience, not really light weight!! Good downforce.
GT-R also WAS a bargain, it has a lot more technology, way quicker gearbox, and it's heavier cause of it's AWD system, dimensions, etc.
Viper is quicker at probably any track. Period.
GT-R might be more comfortable for every day driving.
  11 months ago
The Viper is not...

1) 1740KG.
2) A V6.
3) AWD.

It should be faster... The GTR needs more engineering to over come it's weight. So it needs to be tested more.

Considering the GTR's AWD system is possible one of if not thee best out there. Where as Dodge is using what nearly every other manufacture uses.

1) Light
2) RWD, less to engineer
3) Big sticky tires
4) Huge amounts of downforce

Now I'm not slagging this off, it works, enough said!

But the GTR is, for me, now becoming a joke. Still using those shitty brakes. Still an average looking interior, and constantly going the Ring to prove they can set a lap time? Onstead of...

1) Refining all the rattles and noises. With better quality components.
2) Fixing those damned brakes with CC ones.
3) Refresh that interior it's 7 years old now.
4) Enough Nurb testing.
5) Performance improvments that ACTUALLY improve the car, not just a 10/th or two over the last car!

  11 months ago
Disagree somewhat on both parts.

I think alot of people dont relize, That effort and time it takes to get that kind of result, alot of people are ONLY taking into account that single laptime, That 7:08, Take a pro driver, WHo knows the track like the back of his arse, Knows the car inside and out, Day by day night by night, Lowest liquid loads, Maximum performance options, Best conditions, Hundreds upon hundreds of attempts, And Bam!, You get a 7:08, If every company did that, We would see ALOT of time shaven from every car.

The reason why non if the Nismo other track times dont look as good, Is the exact opposite of what i just listed in order to get the 7:08 time, The video proved it, May not be "Absolute" proof, But we cant prove them wrong.

Also, The Viper did that 7:12 in 5 laps, With non of what Nissan had, And that is seriously impresive, And given if they had that, You can expect alot more time to come ut of it. Same with every car.
  11 months ago
I think I have to agree with art!

No way is the N-Attack 7:08 fast, unless they are not telling us something? But then again I don't believe the Viper is 7:12 capable...

But the Nismo GTR is a real disappointment! I was expecting at least 2 seconds faster over the Track Pack GTR, but it's bearly (in the US) proving it's just a tad bit faster than the TE GTR...

The Laguna Seca time is just total BS, Randy just cannot get to grips with the GTR on that track. Seems to me Randy in a car with huge sticky tires, can put in mega times and others without them can't...

Seems a lot of money for something that's just not walking the walk!
  1 year ago
They should really add "N attack" to its name when listing it under the nurburgring times. Lmao no way in hell a standard nismo could do that lap

I'm just going to be honest, I don't trust Nissan at all. Their lap times are always too good to believe. Gtrs are fast, yes. But not as fast as Nissan claims.
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  1 year ago
as usual the gtr does not live up to the expectations created by the manufacturer. it's fast don't get me wrong, but it's not 7:08 nurburgring time fast.
  1 year ago
  1 year ago, last edited 1 year ago
they didn't get a speciale, because like always, Ferrari don't like to give their cars out for detail tests with numbers. That's been true for the past few years. And especially if you don't allow them to pre-tune the car out for the specific tests you said you were going to do with it.
  1 year ago
In the 911Turbo S video, they tell you that Porsche wouldn't give them a GT3; the closest they could get was the Turbo S with the GT3's more aggressive tires(which I believe are now the same Dunlops as the GT-R)as a factory option. As for the 458, assuming it's available in the US, they may not have been able to get one due to sheer demand for the car; I believe every Speciale scheduled for production is already spoken for, so press cars may be in limited supply.

But, considering that this is Ferrari we're talking about, I wouldn't be at all surprised if they just refused to hand one over for testing because they're assholes like that. If you don't play by their rules, they won't play at all.
  1 year ago
No 458 Speciale and 911 GT3?! In a best drivers car competition?! Whaaa
  1 year ago
@deCT It was a typo error on my part. I have already flagged it as incorrect and asked for it to be revised.
  1 year ago
Ehh possible that I'm totally wrong in some point because the huge difference, but whats up with the Laguna Seca Lap-time? Motor Trend just recorded a 1:35.51 with the Nismo, not a staggering 1:13.51 (
  1 year ago
No it's the not the 997 porsche
  1 year ago
It is, So far the list includes...

Nissan Nismo GT-R R35
Bmw F82 M4
VolksWwgen Golf GTI MK7
Bmw I8
Subaru Impreza WRX STI
Porsche 997.1 911 Turbo S
Alfa Romeo 4C
Ford Fiesta ST
Jaguar F-Type R

I think theres one more car but i cant confirm it, But i am dissapointed they didnt include the 458 Speciale, C7 Stingray with the 8L90, And the GT3.

  1 year ago
I hope this is included in the motor trend bdc competition this year. And where the hell is the track package everyone was talking about?
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