This week, AutoGuide readers were glued to our 2014 Jaguar XK-R convertible review, while Nissan GT-R fans continued to check out more on the 2015 model along with the new GT-R NISMO from the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show. Lastly, the Porsche Macan from the LA Auto Show is ranking high amongst new car shoppers. Watch the videos…
Some way, somehow, Nissan continues to find a way to improve its menacing GT-R sports car, unveiling the 2015 model along with a NISMO variant at this year’s Tokyo Motor Show.
This week, AutoGuide revealed its Utility Vehicle of the Year, while a pair of auto shows kept plenty of automotive enthusiasts glued to our YouTube channel. From the LA Auto Show, the unveiling of the Subaru WRX drew excitement while viewers also wanted to catch the first glimpse at the 2015 Nissan GT-R and GT-R Nismo….
What happens when too much just isn’t enough? You become an addict, that’s what! Well someone call Betty Ford because Nissan’s been going through performance withdrawal and they just binged on GT-Rs!
Nissan has done it yet again, with the GT-R laying down a Nurburgring lap time that simply demolishes the old car’s best effort.
Nissan has revealed the latest, and greatest, iteration of its supercar killer, boasting 600 horsepower and a Nurburgring lap time lower than any other volume production car.
Leaked photos shown here are being reported as the new Nissan GT-R Nismo, set to debut officially this week in Tokyo.
It’s been rumored lately that the next-generation Nissan GT-R will feature a hybrid powertrain, and now the automaker has confirmed its flagship sports car will feature electrification.
Last year, Liberty Walk surprised the SEMA Show with its custom Lamborghini Murcielago. This year, the Japanese-based company is back in Las Vegas with two supercars: A Ferrari 458 and a Nissan GT-R.
The Nissan GT-R is a supercar in the truest sense of the word. It combines dynamite acceleration with tenacious all-wheel-drive grip and more technology than Silicon Valley. This formula adds up to performance that can top the some of the finest exotics in the world for a fraction of the price. The second-generation of the…
The Nissan GT-R got a new chief engineer this year and he hopes to increase production of the popular sports car.
A leaked build sheet is revealing new details about what to expect from Nissan’s Godzilla car in 2015.
Rumored to bow at the upcoming Tokyo Auto Show with a 0-62 mph sprint of two seconds, the new Nismo-tuned Nissan GT-R was just spied lapping the Nurburgring.
Nissan has announced that sales of the Juke NISMO has topped 3,700 units in Europe, Japan, and the U.S.
Nissan will have a new GT-R for the 2016 model year, although details about the new supercar killer are sketchy.
Nissan has recently filed a trademark application for a badge marked with “R-HYBRID”, suggesting that the GT-R may be getting a hybrid power train.
New rules for the Japanese Super-GT Series means new race cars, and the latest brand to show off its track technology is Nissan with the GT-R NISMO GT500.
Since it’s debut the current generation GT-R has held many accolades on and off the track, but now Nissan is looking to set a record that would simply be astounding.
Nissan‘s halo car, the GT-R, is one of the world’s most formidable sports cars, and much of its success is owed to four individuals known as takumi in Japan.
Nissan announced a special edition of its 2014 GT-R supercar today that will cost $6,000 more than the base “premium” model.
Expected to debut at the Tokyo Motor Show at the end of this year, Nissan will unveil its most extreme supercar killer to date, the NISMO GT-R.
After auctioning off the first gold Nissan GT-R for $193,000 with the proceeds benefitting Usain Bolt’s charity, the Japanese automaker has handed the keys to a brand new 2014 Nissan GT-R for Mr. Bolt to enjoy himself.
Nissan has announced pricing for the 2014 GT-R Track Edition, which costs about $16, 000 more than the standard car, coming in at $115,710 plus a $1,000 handling and destination fee.
Nissan has made a commitment to improve its GT-R model every year, but the best has yet to come according to company executive vice-president, Andy Palmer.