Not many people know about the Nürburgring Nordschleife track in Germany, but if you’re part of the automotive world, you’re very familiar with it.  This unpronounceable race track is used to test all sorts of vehicles and where car reputations are made.  The 2010 SRT Viper still holds the record for fastest production car around the track; a record Nissan is planning on breaking sometime soon.

Unofficial lap times of the Nissan GT-R or only six seconds shy of the record which is 7 minutes and 18.6 seconds.  If Nissan finds a way to shave these seven seconds, they will solidify the GT-R’s reputation as the fastest production model vehicle currently available anywhere in the world.

The GT-R has received some excellent updates with a focus on handling and suspension.  Nissan has outfitted the roadster with new front shocks and stabilizers, new suspension bushings and state-of-the-art tires.

For more information about the GT-R or to take a look at any Nissan vehicle, contact Larson Nissan.


14 Nov 2012

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