Can The Nissan GT-R Really Outrun A Speeding Bullet?

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Nissan Australia aims to find out.

The Nissan GT-R has raced just about every vehicle on the planet. We’ve seen it take on the Porsche 918 Spyder and even go up against sport bikes. But what about a bullet? Now “Nissan GT-R vs. Bullet” sounds too good to be true…and that’s because it is. Yes, unfortunately the bullet in this ad is computer generated but everything else is legit. This Nissan GT-R really did haul ass down in Ceduna, South Australia. For what it’s worth the supercar could probably keep pace with a bullet, at least for a short time, especially if it was tuned.

We may have to wait a while to see actual footage of a GT-R racing a bullet, so this ad will have to do in the meantime. Check it out and let us know what you think.

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