5 November 2010
90-second verdict

Nissan has launched this new and improved GT-R for 2011. The already brutal power and torque have been increased by 44bhp and 18lb ft. Here, Vicky Parrott puts the 523bhp, 196mph GT-R through its paces.

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2 February 2013

The Nissan GT-R has got all the power and acceleration you can handle. Smile First-class grip, lightning-quick handling, edgy styling and a super-quick twin-clutch gearbox. Smile

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