The Nissan GT-R Nismo that’s been armed with N-Attack Package is all sorts of incredible and validation was shown after Nissan released a video of the track supercar running around the Fuji Speedway in Japan. When Nissan revealed the GT-R Nismo last November, it came with the label of being the fastest volume production car around the Nürburgring. But skeptics argued that the GT-R Nismo that clocked in a time of 7:08.679 came with a bevy of "track options", including the N-Attack Package.
Nissan , though, isn’t apologizing for any of it, and recently, the Japanese automaker took to the Fuji Speedway to do some fine-tuning of the components on the track-focused exotic before putting it on sale.
As far as what these changes are, there are a bunch of them, starting with carbon front fenders, a carbon hood gurney, a front spoiler and a 12-stage, height-adjustable rear wing. It also received four-way Öhlins adjustable dampers, a front limited-slip differential, a carbon plate rear limited-slip differential, dedicated intercooler piping made from carbon and aluminum, and different engine control management and traction control management.
All told, this isn’t just your normal GT-R, folks. This is a GT-R equipped with some of the best components to come out of Nismo, turning the GT-R Nismo into a tried-and-true supercar in every sense of the word.
Click past the jump to read more about the 2015 Nissan GT-R Nismo.