And yet "it snacks on Porsche 911s and has Audi R8s for the main course."
The Nissan GT-R may be full of high-tech electronics that some people feel are too involved in the overall driving experience, but there's also something very important to remember here: it's possible to turn off the electricity. What you're left with is one of the fastest production road cars you can buy today. But does it have soul? Pro race driver Justin Bell wonders that very question as he takes a GT-R out for a test spin. There's no doubt the car is ridiculously fast and handles great, and that it's gathered a legion of fans over the past seven years.
But does its AWD system and lack of an emotional engine note make the GT-R less fun?