27 June 2014
Review

The new £125,000, 591bhp Nissan GT-R Nismo possesses the kind of performance that can fry your mind. Steve Sutcliffe drives it on road and race track to determine whether this extra-special Godzilla is worth the additional cash.

 

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27 June 2014
is that it keeps growing, evolving and getting better. An incredible machine! I hope one comes to a track near me soon.

28 June 2014
Ruined as the Ultimate handling Road car - Has become merely another Track day machine that happens to be licensed for the road.

Malo Mori Quam Foedari

29 June 2014
So it isn't exactly a looker,so it's not your ideal everyday car,well,name me something else for the money that kicks it's backside?.

Peter Cavellini.

29 June 2014
nice cars

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30 June 2014
I assume this is the same Nismo that Chris Hoy burried in a 5-deep haybale wall on the Goodwood hillclimb.
A monster indeed!
Great vid Steve

8 August 2014
great cars,, like this

29 April 2016
Yeah.. best car.. amazing.. fast..
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