Which Nissan GT-R is Godzilla?

Skyline R32
The Skyline R32 was nicknamed Godzilla in 1989 – because of its ability to dominate Japanese Touring Car Racing.

How much is a Nissan GT-R Godzilla?

Prices for the base-spec GTR start at around $115,000, then jump up to around $150,000 for the Track Edition. That’s still quite reasonable in supercar terms, but add in the NISMO package and things start to get very pricey.

How fast is a Nissan GT-R Godzilla?

The new GT-R’s top speed is 196 mph (315 km/h) for the Premium and 205 mph (330 km/h) for the Nismo and that EV won’t sustain top speed or have anywhere near the respect level that the GT-R has gained in its decade-plus as a supercar.

Is the Nissan GT-R fast?

Acceleration and Top Speed The 2021 GT-R Nismo has a top speed of 205 mph. The 2021 GT-R Premium doesn’t quite match the Nismo, but it’s still impressive. Its clocks 0-60 mph in just 2.9 seconds. Its top speed is 196 mph.

Why is the GT-R considered Godzilla?

Because of the R32 GTR’s simply incredible motorsport performance in the late 80s and early 90s, it earned the name Godzilla because of the way it smashed up everything in its path.

What year did the Nissan GT-R get a power boost?

The GT-R received its first power boost in 2010 and now made 485 hp. In 2011, Nissan also added a new transmission control unit and updated the suspension tuning, which made a noticeable difference in handling.

Is Godzilla the world’s greatest drag race car?

Going by just the stats from our first five World’s Greatest Drag Races (spun off from 2011-2015 Best Driver’s Car competition), the Nissan GT-R has had a strong showing. Godzilla has claimed four spots on our list of the top 10 quickest cars from the past five drag races.

When did the Nissan GT-R Nismo track edition come out?

A new Track Edition was introduced in 2014 and ditched the rear seats in search of weight reduction. The new model featured a stiffer suspension and new Dunlop SP Sport Maxx summer tires. In 2015, Nissan introduced the hardcore GT-R NISMO model with even more power and wilder aerodynamics.

Did you see the Nissan Skyline GT-R at the New York show?

Though we in the U.S. never got the chance to experience the Skyline GT-R, Nissan recognizes its contribution to the GT-R we know today, and is displaying every generation of GT-R at its New York auto show booth. Check out the photos below. For more details on the changes to the 2017 Nissan GT-R, check out our First Look here.