"This car only does fast."
The GT-R's evolution is ongoing as Nissan continues to develop it by either adding more power, beefing up its handling capabilities, or both. This has been going on for just about every year since the GT-R was launched in 2007, and now the Japanese automaker has unveiled the most extreme version of its supercar-killer so far. The 2014 GT-R Track Pack may not have received a power boost but engineers have managed to make a series of handling modifications that make it even more lethal on the track.
Powered by a 3.8-liter twin-turbo V6 that produces 545 horsepower and 463 lb-ft of torque that's paired with a dual-clutch six-speed gearbox, Godzilla is better than ever as Motor Trend scribe Carlos Lago finds out on his latest test drive.