You would have to agree that this GTR looks absolutely menacing. With it’s black on black colour scheme and huge rubber footprint, it just shouts “don’t mess with me”. This particular Nissan had come to see us for a few different things. All of which were right up our alley. First up was an
The automotive world is ever growing and evolving, guaranteed there are people who have spent their entire life devoted to the industry and still haven’t seen every hidden corner of it. You would be hard pressed trying to uncover every little subculture within a subculture, so many different ways to go about something, whether that
[embedyt]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S7M9cNl37I0&width=600&height=339&iv_load_policy=3[/embedyt] After not being completely satisfied with the previous suspension setup, this customer brought their R35 GTR in to see if we could make it a little bit more track friendly without losing the OEM damper adjustability that the car comes with from factory. Whilst a lot of people who drive a track
– Words: Ryan Lewis. Photos: MJ Digital. If you lined up the crème de la crème of Japanese performance cars past and present, the R35 would come out on top in every test. It’s the most supreme example of Nissan’s engineering prowess, and the flag bearer for Japan at the elite end of supercar territory.