The US gets a NISMO sitting at the LA Auto Show. Japan gets a NISMO sitting at the Tokyo Motor Show. Top Gear gets to take a first drive in the car.
Literally nothing compares to it. The Nismo’s acceleration is utterly, utterly beguiling. Bizarrely, like the top speed, there’s no official figure, but engineers tell us it’s a little under the standard 2.7 seconds
How's it feel?
GT-Rs aren’t the Tokyo-digital experience you’ve been sold. OK, so there are all sorts of clever traction control systems and Gran Turismo-spec digital readouts of many superfluous numbers, but the marginally lighter (around 20kgs) and substantially more powerful Nismo feels as mechanical, analogue, and darned… right as a 911 Turbo S.
As we mentioned, the Nismo is very flat and very sticky, helped in no small part by the tyres - the Nismo has its own super-soft barely-legal Dunlops developed just for the carRead more
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