2015 GT-R Nismo "Is the Best GT-R Yet"

Review

Tested on the road and on track, it's nothing short of perfect.

Evenas Nissan prepares its 2016 facelift for the GT-R, the latest and greatest ofthe model is just hitting American roads. The 2015 GT-R Nismo is the fastestfactory version of the car and also the most expensive. But is itworth the extra cash? If you ask Ignition's Carlos Lago and pro driver RandyPobst, there is absolutely no doubt. Taking the 600-horsepower Nismo out on the streets of Willow track where it runs some hot laps,they come back with an unequivocal answer: the 2015 GT-R Nismo "is thebest GT-R yet."

Checkout the review to see just how fast it is:

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