This is the first official video from Nissan showing off the ever more aggressive GT-R Spec V. Even though I could not understand a word that Mizuno-san is saying, the video gives an interesting look at the new Bilstein suspension and shows off the upgraded composite brakes in action.


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AK47  (1024) posted on 05.2.2009

With a 5hp gain on the standard GT-R, they lopped of more than 3 seconds. It would not be entirely impossible for the V Spec to get 7.20 at the Nurburgring.

AK47  (116) posted on 04.30.2009

This Godzilla sure breaths fire in its engine. It cool I just hope it proves it record worthy for the race

AK47  (177) posted on 04.30.2009

Woah! With this video I sure must admit that the GT-R Spec V really is the car that is really aggressive and with those features it sure does make me feel that the GT-R spec V has the future in its hand

AK47  (318) posted on 04.30.2009

This car must be running a close second to the 2010 Camaro video. Now, if only it didn’t look like an Altima, it would replace the current 911 Turbo as lust object #1.

AK47  (231) posted on 04.30.2009

Godzilla just got a serious dose of steroids here and I am wondering what will happen to the stock GT-R’s 3.3 second 0-to-60 time.

AK47  (314) posted on 04.30.2009

Yup I read that and it says that sales begun in Japan at 7 pre-selected dealers, with 15,750,000 yen as base price. I would like to know how much will that cost in the US plus the processing and handling fees.

AK47  (421) posted on 04.30.2009

Autoblog in January posted thast this imited edition GT-R is a subtle evolution of the super coupe and Nissan claims that it offers race car-levels of performance in a street-legal vehicle. And I sure does show off in this video what the Japanese are saying about this far more agressive Godzilla.

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