SEMA show includes the Nissan GT-R Nismo N Attack, developed during Nissan’s Nürburgring record attempt
4 November 2015

The Nissan GT-R Nismo N Attack package has been unveiled at the SEMA show as an official aftermarket pack for the GT-R Nismo.

The N Attack package includes suspension and aerodynamic upgrades to aid GT-R drivers in track-based driving, should they wish to emulate Nissan’s record-breaking 7min 8.679sec Nürburgring lap.

A large rear spoiler and bodywork tweaks help to increase downforce on the GT-R Nismo, while suspension upgrades optimise the current set-up to cope with uneven track surfaces at high speed. Bucket seats are also included, to hold the driver in place while being subjected to high g-forces when cornering.

The package is manufactured at the Nismo Omori Factory, while Steve Millen Sportparts, owned by former Nissan racing driver Steve Millen, was chosen to distribute the N Attack package.

Although its primary aim is to optimise the track performance of GT-R Nismo models, the package will be offered in both a track-focused and a more street-friendly guise.

Jimi Beckwith

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