French registration title
Chassis n° : JN1GANR35U0150056
Only 30,000 km on the odometer
Sold new in France
Offered in May 2020 by Automoto TV show
A true sporting symbol of the Japanese brand, the GT-R sees its origins go back to 1969! Six generations preceded the current "R35", except that to nowadays the GT-R is no longer the ultra sporty version of the Skyline but rather a full-fledged model. Also new, the current Nissan GT-R, launched in 2007, is officially imported in Europe, which was not the case with its big sister. Since its launch, the Japanese GT has undergone four developments, the most recent of which appeared this year. Its reputation is very well established and there are too many superlatives to define this bodybuilder GT in one word. The competition is shaking, and in particular the Porsche 997 Turbo, which is clearly targeted by its Japanese rival, which is half the cost and which has set a time 11 seconds lower than that of the German on the famous north loop of the Nürburgring ... With its V6 biturbo 3.8 engine and its 4-wheel drive, the GT-R originally develops 485 horsepower, and 583 Nm of torque, allowing it a 0 to 100 km / h in 3.3 seconds and a standing kilometer in 21.8 seconds, with a top speed of 315 km / h, making it the fastest production four-seater GT in the world at the time. Over the years, performance has continued to improve, thus confirming the important place that this ultra-sporty GT occupies in the international automotive landscape.
The Nissan GT-R that we offer in these pages has been delivered new in France and was first registered on May 23, 2013. It is therefore a phase 3 in its Black Edition version, then delivering the trifle of 550 horsepower and a monstrous torque of 627 Nm! Its squale gray bodywork combined with its two-tone black and red leather upholstery give, despite the car's imposing size, a relatively sober and almost discreet look. The Nissan GT-R shown in these pages is in perfect working order and has recently received a complete polishing of its bodywork. Its current owner is in fact the lucky winner of the Auto-Moto contest on TF1 (equivalent to the BBC) which offered this Nissan GT-R Black Edition in May 2020! The video during which the journalist Jean-Pierre Gagick tests this Nissan on the Mortefontaine circuit is still visible on the internet. Its owner does not have much use for it, so he prefers to part with it for the benefit of a true enthusiast who will be able to take full advantage of the exceptional mechanics of this car. It has only 30,000 kilometers on the odometer and is ready to hit the road. It is also accompanied by its original notebooks stamped by the Nissan French official dealer.