Meet "Mad Medusa": The World's Fastest GT-R

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We congratulate SVM on the record, but we're also open to seeing challengers.

Saying you have the world’s fastest anything is always a bold claim to make. But when it comes to the Nissan GT-R, Severn Valley Motorsports know what they’re talking about, and they have the documentation to back up their claims. SVM is a leading tuner of the GT-R in the UK, and the record-setting speed of their latest, nicknamed “Mad Medusa”, would also have to make them one of the leading authorities in the world.

The 1,400-horsepower car will hit a top speed of 239mph, and clearly demonstrates why business is booming at SVM. Hat Tip to Steve Preece.

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