- The fastest standard is trap speed
- fastest standard: 1/4-mile time
It’s important to note that Nightfury is still using a factory chassis, which makes this record even more impressive. As a result, it shouldn’t be confused with some faster pro mod type RWD R35 GT-Rs using tube chassis. Additionally, it is the world’s fastest full-body import vehicle.
T1 had dyno’d the car the week before the race, and the results were astounding. Nightfury produced 2,603 whp and 1,588 ft-lb of torque at 64 psi of boost, and there was still room for further boost. For those who enjoy large sums, that translates to nearly 3,000 horsepower and 2100 nm of torque!
For a list of the world’s quickest and fastest GT-Rs, come back soon. Quickest going to an Australian R32 GT-R for professional street use and fastest going to an R35 GT-R headquartered in the UAE.
Intensity and Top Speed
The 2021 Nissan GT-R Nismo is the fastest GT-R variant, just like the 2020 GT-R. It has a 2.5 second 0-60 mph time. The top speed of the 2021 GT-R Nismo is 205 mph. Although it falls short of the Nismo in some respects, the 2021 GT-R Premium is nonetheless stunning. Its time from 0 to 60 mph is under 2.9 seconds. It can go up to 196 mph. And don’t worry, the 2021 GT-R Nismo defeats the 2021 Porsche 911 Turbo S, one of its greatest rivals, in a 0-60 mph sprint, just like it did last year.
It’s A Drag Hero, The GT-R:
The crew can be heard jubilantly celebrating their accomplishment immediately following the record run. That’s not just because of the time, but also because they told the owner of the car that it would happen, according to DragNews. The GT-former R’s owner, Sam “Metro” Youssef, died in a traffic accident last year.
According to Maatouks Racing’s Facebook post, “We promised him that his car would be the one that sat atop the outright list of AWD supremacy.” “That promise came true, but instead of giving him one album as he requested, as we were on our journey, we took a collection of records instead. The first record we set was for the fastest GT-R, which included every GT-R or Skyline that had ever been made. Then, the records for the fastest import IRS, fastest import on radials, fastest and fastest automatic RB, as well as Australia’s fastest on a 275 radial, fell. We naturally took the record for the fastest R32 Skyline as well.”
With a quarter-mile pace of 6.840 seconds at 209.20 mph, the team also broke the record for the fastest street-legal GT-R during the session.
AMSOIL IS USED IN EUROPE’S FASTEST NISSAN GT-R
What’s next for the car’s designer and leading German tuner, Paul Dziubek? He intends to break the European AWD record of 7.1 seconds in the quarter-mile (402 m). And one of the weapons in his toolbox as he pursues his most recent record is AMSOIL synthetic lubricants.
Dziubek provided us with more information about his record-breaking GT-R and the reasons he chooses to utilize AMSOIL products.
“The performance of a Nissan GT-R itself has a lot of room for improvement. That’s what initially drew me to the automobile, and as time went on, I sought to wring out ever-increasing amounts of power. The finished project still has potential, but this is undoubtedly at a very high level. The fact that the car is no longer authorized for operation on public roads was regrettably not for nothing.
“The list is too extensive to include every aspect of the vehicle’s numerous modifications. However, maintaining harmony between each component of the car is the key challenge. You must exercise caution because tiny actions can have a significant impact on certain performance areas.
“Racing has always piqued my curiosity. But it wasn’t until I started tuning that I actually became interested in and stuck with the topic. The combination of racing and tuning is what really inspires me. For me, the entire package consists of both the technical elements when working on the car and the racing atmosphere.
“I’ve been using AMSOIL for about a year and a half. I’ve discovered the ideal lubricant for my car with AMSOIL. It is crucial to utilize dependable lubricants in the performance areas where we use the Nissan GT-R. Performance and part protection are both crucial.
The engine oil and gearbox fluid are the two most crucial AMSOIL products used by the GT-R.
“I use AMSOIL 15W-50 DOMINATOR Synthetic Racing Oil for the engine. I require an engine oil with an unique film strength that also enables the engine to operate at peak efficiency due to the extremely high engine temperatures.
“I add AMSOIL Signature Series Fuel-Efficient Synthetic Automatic Transmission Fluid to the transmission. Here, the wear protection is particularly important. The jerky accelerations put a lot of strain on the transmission. Wear on the parts is considerably reduced using AMSOIL ATF.
“I disassemble and rebuild the engine on a short-to-medium-term basis for maintenance and to replace the parts. I utilize AMSOIL Break-In Oil to break in the parts. In order for new engine components to integrate flawlessly into the overall system, they frequently need a certain amount of “run-in” time. It’s critical to use AMSOIL’s break-in oil.
“A Nissan GT-R is all about the little things,” said the driver. The ability to summon all available power at any time is of paramount importance. With the AMSOIL engine oil in particular, I can accomplish this effect.
Which Nissan sports car is the fastest?
- Nissan GT-R NISMO, first. The Nissan GT-R NISMO, which has a top speed of 196 mph, shares first place.
- #1. Nissan GT-R Nismo (16-19).
- #1. Nissan GT-R (16-).
- #1. Nissan GT-R Nismo (14–16).
- #1. The Nissan GT-R (12-16).
- #1. Nissan GT-R (11–12).
- #7. Nissan GT-R (10–11).
- #7. Nissan GT-R (2009–2010)
Which is faster, a Corvette or a GT-R?
Although the Corvette Z06 can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in just 2.95 seconds, it is 0.05 seconds (yes, just 0.05 seconds) slower than the GT-R and GT-R NISMO.
A Nissan GT-R is quicker than a Lamborghini, right?
In order to provide you a more visual understanding of how the two vehicles differ, we constructed the table above to conduct our competitive comparison. It goes without saying that we looked at horsepower in the first row, so you can probably guess how exactly this comparison will play out. The Aventador has 135 horsepower more than the GT-R and weighs approximately 500 pounds lighter, which further increases its edge.
What makes GTRS so quick?
Drive by All-Wheel Because the Japanese speedster has more points of contact with the ground, it can accelerate far more swiftly than its 2-wheel-drive competitors. Due to this, a lot of other high-performance vehicles are switching from rear-wheel to all-wheel drive.
A GTR cannot be beaten.
- There are 9 2020 Chevrolet Corvette C8.
- 8 Tesla Model S P100D 2020.
- 7 Tesla Model S Plaid from 2021.
- 6 Chevy Corvette Z06s from 2023.
- 2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1, five.
- 4 Dodge Challenger SRT Demons from 2018.
- Hennessy Venom GT #3.
- 2 SSC Tuatara
Nissan GT-R: A supercar or not?
We didn’t have Facebook, Instagram, or really anything similar to what we have now when I first received my driver’s license in 1999. There were chat boards available, and my god, they were rife with strife. In fact, during a dispute that began online, I received my first ever punch to the lips (in fairness, I deserved it). This anecdote has a purpose: you can’t win online debates. “Imports are better than domestics,” was how I first heard about this. We would argue about “what’s better” for hours. It ultimately comes down to personal preference (also, imports are better).
The following master debate for master debaters will take place in 20 years.
This page specifically discusses the R35. The Skyline GT-replacement, R’s the R35, was introduced in 2007, much to everyone’s excitement. I’ve received contempt for saying that the R35 is NOT a Skyline in the comments section of numerous vlogs. Don’t call it a Skyline, please.
The Porsche 911 Turbo was defeated by the R35 Skyline Godzilla, who blasted through the Nurburgring with a lap time of 7:38. (also not a supercar). It had an iconic launch control system, a twin turbo V6 engine, a DCT transmission, and an AWD drivetrain that received just the right amount of power. It deserves credit for being a lot of car for the money. But there is a but attached to that compliment—not it’s a supercar.
A supercar should have a special feeling, in my naive view. Although there isn’t a formal “this is a supercar” checklist, according to me, it must include the following items:
Even if you’re not into vehicles, when you see one, you give it a close look. A 2004 Lamborghini Gallardo will catch your mother-in-eye law’s before she stops traffic to check out a GTR. I’m sorry, but this is true. The R35 is a car with cup holders, back seats, and a trunk.
Noise: A real supercar HAS SUPERCAR SOUNDS (I know this is changing..). These cars are such an experience because of the noise. GTRs make a bad sound. I must admit, though, that I like the tingling and rattling of the broken bell housing.
Rarity: I can still recall my first encounter with a Ferrari 458. I was unable to take my eyes off of it. Until my family staged an intervention, I even followed it home, put up a steakout, and recorded every step it made on paper for six weeks. Depending on where you live, you actually just don’t see them that much. A R35 is probably something you see every day.
In conclusion, I can comprehend that you are writing disparaging things about me right now. Compared to most supercars, the R35 is quicker, more inexpensive, and more useful. It’s a great car with endless modification options and lots of parts availability!
The internet appears to be evenly divided, too. I polled my Instagram Story followers, and the results shocked me!