2015 Nissan GT-R NISMO Priced at $151,585

Nissan has announced pricing for its 2015 model year GT-R, with the GT-R Nismo priced from $151,585 including destination.

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Watch the Nissan GT-R NISMO Set a 7:08 Nrburgring Lap Time

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.

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Nissan Juke NISMO Off to a Strong Start With 3,700 Units Sold

Nissan has announced that sales of the Juke NISMO has topped 3,700 units in Europe, Japan, and the U.S.

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Nissan GT-R NISMO Targets Two Second 0-60 Time

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.

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NISMO GT-R Targets Sub 7:18 Nurburgring Time With Over 570-HP

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.

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Nissan GT-R Nismo to Bow at Tokyo Motor Show

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.

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Nissan Ushers in New Era for Nismo Divison

Nissan has officially kicked off a new era for its performance arm, Nismo, and has officially opened the new Nismo global headquarters and development center in Yokohama, Japan.

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Nismo GT-R Coming in Next 12 Months: CEO Says

There will be an even hotter version of the cult-followed GT-R tuned by Nissan’s Nismo performance arm in the next 12 months.

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2013 Nissan GT-R Nismo GT3 Released – Video

Nissan’s tuning and racing outfit Nismo has just rolled out the latest version of its FIA GT3 spec race car, the 2013 Nissan GT-R Nismo GT3.

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Nissan GT-R NISMO GT3 Video Spotlight

The Nissan GT-R NISMO GT3 isn’t a cheap ride. Priced around $388,000, the race-ready Godzilla is a joint project between NISMO and JR Motorsports and comes with a detuned 3.8L V6 with 523 hp to meet GT3 regulations.

What better way to see what the amazing car sounds and looks like than through a video? Instead of the iconic blue shade previously shown when the initial announcement was made, JRM brought out a menacing gloss black model out for testing and let the cameras roll. Drop in some epic, over-the-top soundtrack and you’ve got yourself a video fitting for such a mean race car.

Watch the video below:

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Nissan GT-R NISMO GT3 Now Available to Order for $388,000

Nissan Motorsports International (NISMO) has made the release of the GT3-spec GT-R official, pricing it at around $388,000 based on today’s conversion rates.

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Report: FIA GT1 Nissan GT-R Race Car Debuts With 600-hp V8

Nissan’s NISMO motorsports department has finally announced full details on the 2010 FIA GT1-spec GT-R race car and along with some expected changes, there’s also a big surprise. Under the hood you won’t find Nissan’s twin-turbo V6, but rather a naturally aspirated 5.6-liter V8 engine that produces 600-hp and 480 ft-lbs of torque. That’s sure to motivate the GT-R rather briskly, thanks to a curb weight that has been reduced to just 2,756 lbs.

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Nissan Announces Racing Initiatives for 2009

Despite all of Nissan’s troubles, the company isn’t shying away from motorsports for 2009, with four factory backed cars running in Japan, as well as several privateer teams running in Japan, China, South Africa and even in Europe.

“Motorsports is an important part of Nissan’s strategy for building a strong brand with consumers who share our passion for high-performance driving,” said Carlos Tavares, Executive Vice President, Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. “In addition to being an important touch-point for consumers, motorsports serve as a dynamic proving ground for automotive innovation.”

That being said Nissan plans to back four teams in the SUPER GT series in the GT500 class. Team NISMO, Team Impul and Kondo Racing have all decided on running the Nissan GT-R, however, Hasemi Motorsport has not decided which platform it will use.

Some of the most exciting news, however, is that Gigawave MotorSport will run a NISMO-developed car in the FIA GT1 class in the U.K. The car will only run four races in 2009 and, therefore, won’t compete for the championship. The driver’s names are not official but are expected to be Michael Krumm ( a NISMO driver) and Darren Turner of Gigawave, a team that has compete in the FIA GT series since 2007.

Now if only a NISMO GT-R could make its way to the American Le Mans Series.

Official release after the jump:

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