Nissan GT-R Nismo lap time at Nürburgring Nordschleife

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2015 Nissan GT-R Nismo completed a lap of Nürburgring Nordschleife in 7 minutes and 8.7 seconds.

Track Nürburgring Nordschleife
Type flying start
Vehicle Nissan GT-R Nismo (R35)
Power / weight 600 ps / 1746 kg
Driver Michael Krumm
Time 7:08.679
Average speed 173 kph (107 mph)
Submitted 25.11.2013 by JiSiN
Views 15.5k

Reference:   Autobild.de

Pagani Huayra7:06.00-2.7
McLaren 720S7:07.00-1.7
AMG GT R Pro7:07.00-1.7
Ferrari 488 Pista7:08.00-0.7
Nissan GT-R Nismo7:08.68
AMG GT R7:10.92+2.2
Gumpert Apollo Sport7:11.57+2.9
McLaren 675LT7:12.00+3.3
812 Superfast7:12.00+3.3
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RDR  6d ago

Imagine if fitted Cup 2 tyres for the 2022 Nismo. A sub 7 will be easy quizzy lemon squizy.

 

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Corvolet3  6d ago

Still a GTR for 200k. Not worth it


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Porsche fanboy  4d ago @Corvolet3

If RDR said will happened it will be fast as a Aventador SV, Porsche 918 and etc. Which were $400K+. And you saying it won't worth $200K is so stupid.


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Corvolet3  4d ago @Porsche fanboy

Whatever a random guest has to say on this platform doesn't necesssarily have to be the truth. Also look at all the other laptimes of the Nismo. Average to clearly below. That chassis can't do any better even with the effort they put into this specific car so 200k is quite hefty for a car that hasn't been changed since 2008 and has cheaper interior than 5 year old Dacias


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Cristian  5m ago

This is not a Production car, it was specific modded for the track by the Nismo. So no stock. More than $200k in packages and tuned. This is why you can't trust is Lap times.
https://www.carthrottle.com/post/bad-news-the-gt-r-nismos-astonishing-nurburgring-time-was-a-massive-lie/


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RDR  8m ago

MY20 expected to go around 7:03 minutes.


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Muffyo  2y ago

Why you guys were arguing for this lap time? GT-R NISMO is better worth for its price. Because it has a neck breaking acceralation ( 0-60 mph 2.48 sec & 1/4 Mile under 10 sec, top speed of 205 mph) and it has the fastest production car lap records around over 8 race tracks. And this car still one of the fastest cars on this planet. But it's just cost $210,000. That's impressive man!


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benedekpuskas  2y ago

What kind of tires? Bridgestone?


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GTRnismoXpert  5y ago

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aaaa  8y ago

Well, at least Nissan is finally making this as an option for the gtr Nismo which makes it a legit lap time imo. but $80k over the nismo gtr??? no thanks, i'd rather have a porsche, 2 corvette's, 2 vipers. or I could just get my dream car the viper srt10 acr and keep the extra $130k for insurance, maintenance, and gas money!


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BR2+  8y ago

I dunno, I think its questionable, Not too mention it would be confusing, honestly, They should just have this AS the Nismo, Instead of an expensive option, That is retarded, Like the W Pack on the 918 and UPP ZO7.


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racerns  8y ago

I am going to propose that this time be removed from the regular GT-R NISMO page and a new GT-R NISMO N Attack page be created that will have this time. The car that ran the Ring was not a normal GT-R NISMO. The N Attack package is a +$80K package that is added to the NISMO +$150K price tag. It looks like at the moment this will be a Japan only option. The changes for the N Attack are extensive and even mention structural changes. Here are the details:
http://www.gtrlife.com/_/nissan-new/gt-r-nismo-n-attack-jdm-pricing-details-announced-r139
I do believe that this amount of change requires a separate car model for fastestlaps. The Z07 package for the Z06 was far less of a change and warranted a new entry. This will also clear up some confusion as to why the regular GT-R NISMO laps times at other tracks are not living up to the N Attack Ring Time.


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NIN  8y ago

@ lafars

Back when I posted that, I was going by what was available at that time.

We're still waiting for a 991 GT2RS but I'm sure if/when it comes, it will be more than double (maybe triple) the price of the Carrera. That wouldn't bother me at all. It's the way that things are and is very common.

The low end model sales support the development of the high end models.


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lafars  8y ago

@NIN
"Look at the 911 Carrera vs Turbo S"

should've compared the standard carrera to a GT3 RS or GT2 RS or simply just one of them in non-RS package


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JAY2013  9y ago

@Super8
Lol.


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CoolShirtGuy  9y ago

@TROLL2013
Wow, you're stupid.


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Super8  9y ago

It leave me a question. If GT-R can achieved this laptimes, then what happen to the new Z07 and ACR? Can they beat Nissan lap times?


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Super8  9y ago

Even it's fast but it's still not too exclusive just like it's predecessor. I still choose LFA rather than GT-R even it's slower on tracks.


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JAY2013  9y ago

@BR2+

So you are saying as long as it is not named a nissan it is worth over 300k ?

You gotta let go of the hatred inside your black heart, the gtr is a beast and none of the cars you mentioned will ever come close to the gtr's time any time soon

so keep dreaming about owning a muscle car that will put you in lamp post on any given day


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BR2+  9y ago

GT-R NISMO Super Ultra Track Über Mega Dynamo SPEC-A thru Z

Mate, That car is gonna be shown in the Detroit AutoShow in January!

but if he is gladly willing to pay double, Nissan will be happy to take his money.

Sadly that's true though, I don't like it when people get taken advantage of. Sure Making money of people stupidity can be..."Profitable" but I cant fully agree with it, Cars like the Veneno, Reventon, Veyron, NSXR GT, Trevita, M3 GTS, I think cars like that are fine to make, But there prices are ridiculous, Even more so compared to there "Standard" counterparts.

But a car like a GT-R, Isnt gonna have its customers alienated ANY time soon no matter what the cost of the next faster version would be.


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NIN  9y ago

But I think some are worth more then others,

The "worth" is simply what someone (or many) is willing to pay. It doesn't necessarily cost double to produce but the manufacturer will charge as much as they can without alienating potential customers.

Some will pay more for the exclusivity or just for the feeling of knowing that they got "the top of the line".

Would the average driver know the difference between a GT-R and a GT-R NISMO Super Ultra Track Über Mega Dynamo SPEC-A thru Z? Probably not but if he is gladly willing to pay double, Nissan will be happy to take his money.


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JAY2013  9y ago

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BR2+  9y ago

...It would still lose..