Source: MarketWatch


The numbers:

• 545 horsepower, 3,829 pounds, 196 miles per hour, zero to 60 mph under 3 seconds
• 3.8-liter twin-turbo V6
• Six-speed, dual-clutch transaxle
• GT-R—heir to the Skyline 2000 GT
• Base price of $99,590 for the GT-R Premium.
• GT-R Black edition ($109,330
• GT-R bolts to 60 mph in 2.7 seconds



2014 Nissan GT-R Track Pack squares off against Audi R8 V10 Plus

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9 Responses to “Nissan’s Mad Scientists’ GT-R”

  1. chartist says:

    For that money, it’s not very attractive…

  2. MarkKlose says:

    Entertaining video (spoiler: on the track it’s not a contest)

  3. stonedwino says:

    It’s still a rice-burner!

  4. willid3 says:

    dont forget the 4 wheel drive. not much in that price range is as powerful (though you might could get a ZR1 for close, or a Viper).

  5. b_thunder says:

    When introduced the 2009 GT-R (which is essentially the same GT-R that’s on sale today) sold for well over the MSRP, but very quickly prices fell to below $70k for “leftover” 2009s and 2010s. IMHO that WAS a great deal . At the same time Corvette ZR1 MSRP only increased from $105 to $112k.
    Although in a different class, relative to ZR1 the GT-R is no longer such a “great deal.”
    Hopefully rapidly depreciating yen will let Nissan keep sticker from going any higher.

    P.S. While initially priced less than Parsches and Lambos, used GT-Rs seem to depreciate a lot faster than the “exotics.” $50K for a ’09 or ’10 GT-R is not out of the question. But how to get one that’s not been “tuned” to the point of engine or transmission going up in smoke?

  6. mrflash818 says:

    “Top Gear UK” ‘s Jeremy Clarkson liked it.

  7. dbrodess says:

    A friend had a Skyline in London back in 2001. I use d to ride around with white knuckles and wide eyes in and out of traffic and along the lanes of Surrey and Berkshire. These cars rock.