Need for Speed (2015)
The Nissan Skyline GT-R V-Spec (R34) was released in January 1999 as the successor to the Nissan Skyline GT-R (R33). It underwent a facelift in 2000 and ceased production in 2002.
In comparison with the R33, the R34 has a shorter wheelbase and smaller dimensions to improve handling. Like every other GT-R model that came after the R32 from 1989, the R34 is powered by a ‘RB26DETT’ 2.6 litre twin-turbo engine and sends its power to all wheels.
The R34 was also equipped with a 5.8″ LCD screen at the centre of the dashboard that displays live readings of engine and vehicle statistics including turbocharger pressure, as well as oil and coolant temperatures. The Nismo Multi-Function Display option (MFD) could be equipped at an extra cost, which included an additional lap timer and an increase in boost pressure measurement to 2 bar.
The V-Spec (Victory Specification) model was available with more performance enhancements including aerodynamic carbon-fibre extensions, an active limited-slip differential at the rear, and lower but also harder suspension. All V-Spec models carried a model-specific badge at the rear.
In 2007, Nissan introduced the Nissan GT-R which was developed on a new platform and no longer associated with the Skyline nameplate.
|Stock||0-60 mph: 04.79 s||1/4 mile: 13.26 s @ 110 mph (177 km/h)||Top Speed: 155 mph (249 km/h)||Power: 327 hp|
|Fully Upgraded||0-60 mph: 02.06 s||1/4 mile: 09.20 s @ 160 mph (257 km/h)||Top Speed: 234 mph (377 km/h)||Power: 1,026 hp|