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Nissan GT-R Nismo (R35)

Car type Coupe
Curb weight 1720 kg (3792 lbs)
Power / weight 349 ps (344 bhp) / t
Torque / weight 379 Nm (280 lb-ft) / t
Introduced 2015
Origin country Japan
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Top speed 315 kph (196 mph)
0 - 100 kph 3.1 s
0 - 120 kph 4.1 s
0 - 140 kph 5.2 s
0 - 160 kph 6.6 s
0 - 180 kph 8.3 s
0 - 200 kph 10.2 s
0 - 60 mph 2.9 s
0 - 100 mph 6.6 s
0 - 150 mph 15.8 s
Est. 1/8 mile 7.2 s @ 104.4 mph
1/4 mile 11.0 s @ 128.0 mph
Est. 1/2 mile 17.9 s @ 144.8 mph
Est. 1 mile 29.4 s @ 165.9 mph
1000 m 20.1 s @ 260.0 kph
70 mph - 0 44 m (145 ft)
60 mph - 0 30 m (97 ft)
Lateral acceleration 1.03 g (10 m/s²)
Emissions 275 g/km

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Laptimes 15

Comments 109

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BR2+  3 months ago  

Its quite stupid, Thas like going to mcdonalds and saying you can only have cheese in France.....

Not only that, But the outrageous price tag they add to it, I dunno if its some kind of conversion from yen, Although i doubt it given the low price, But 100k Usd is insane for just a few parst specially when the car cost 150k.

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NIN  3 months ago  

@ Speed_Demon

The N-Attack parts were optional in Japan. All you had to do was check the right boxes at the dealership and pay.

In America, the parts are available only as after-market and must be ordered from and installed by Stillen.

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luckyluke  3 months ago  

lol, I remember that too. And when someone used common sense, they all get angry. That was hilarious.

As far as I know the special "Nürburgring package" could only be brought in Japan for 100000 $ extra, which would make it a 250000 $ car (without any other options).

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Freakz  3 months ago  

Haha I remember that, when people on "Worlds Greatest Drag Race" comment section were arguing that the gtr would loose if they used car x or car y and gtr fanboys answer was "OK then put the GTR Nismo, 0-60 in 2 sec bitches"! In the end all they got was a car that was 0.1 sec slower in the 1/4 mile, despite being NISMO.

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saxy  3 months ago  

it's non-stock for an american, but would be legit for Japan. So there's no problem about that. the only problem is stupid Nissan loves to make gigantic claims. Oh cuz THIS car once did a lap that fast, all GTRs can too... at least that's what the fanboys say. When Nissan said the Nismo would do 0-60 in 2secs, every fanboy actually believed it. Anyone with the tiniest bit of common sense would know that's impossible.

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Speed_Demon  3 months ago  

The time should be removed since it wasn't stock (didn't have stock parts or tune) Production Nismo will probably only run 7:14-7:16s

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Speed_demon  5 months ago  

So does anybody know what a "Real Production Nismo" runs? US spec if possible.

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BR2+  7 months ago  

Comes down to a few things, Like any other kind of test. Driver is the most important part in any car, Fallowed by conditions, And options.

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kennyg  7 months ago  

I know what your going to say but forgive my ignorance as i am not condoning tuned cars but how does the gtr do a quarter mile in 10.8 sec with 545hp but a tuned gtr with 1000 hp only shaves a weak second off that time?

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NIN  9 months ago  

@ 2Fast

The N-Attack parts were optional in Japan. In fact, the parts have found their way out of Japan...

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2Fast  9 months ago  

The +250K N-attack Nismo was never made into production so its 7:08 nurburgring time for production cars should be null and void!

The regular/very low production 150K Nismo GTR is considerably slower that the N-attack as we can all see from its other track times.

The non-production/one-off prototype/250K N-attack Nismo should get a separate page from the regular production 150K Nismo.

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FastestLaps  1 year ago  

Holy crap is the new Yamaha R1 awesome!

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kit365  1 year ago  

gt-r is too fast !!

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kit365  1 year 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.

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GTRRRRRRRRRRrrrr  1 year ago  

0-60 2,9 s
1/4 11,0 s@126.6 mph

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kit365  1 year ago

vs Corvette Z06

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NIN  2 years ago  

1:19.07 at Streets Of Willow driven by Pobst for Motor Trend.

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art  2 years 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.

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BR2+  2 years 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.


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