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MEET KAZUTOSHI MIZUNO, CREATOR OF THE NISSAN GT-R
“Our objective was to create a flagship model to promote our technology… but also to develop a new type of supercar," says Kazutoshi Mizuno, the creator of the GT-R, explaining the vision behind Nissan’s ultra-high-performance sports coupé. “Supercars have traditionally been aimed at drivers with advanced skills. But our new multi-performance supercar can be driven fast and skilfully by just about anybody in just about any road conditions.”
THE STORY OF THE NISSAN GT-R
1964 SKYLINE 2000GT
After racing head-to-head against a Porsche 904 at the Japanese Grand Prix, the Skyline GT-R legend was born.
1969 NISSAN SKYLINE GT-R
The first Nissan GT-R, a four-door saloon, scored 36 victories in less than two years.
1973 NISSAN GT-R H/T NISSAN 2000GT-R
With its straight-six twin-cam 24 valves engine, this Nissan GT-R was the first Japanese car to have disc brakes front and rear.
1993 NISSAN GT-R V-SPEC R32
The limited-edition V-Spec GT-R commemorated the legendary championship wins.
1997 NISSAN SKYLINE GT-R V-SPEC R33
The Nissan GT-R V-Spec first appeared as an option pack for the Nissan R32 GT-R. With a recalibrated 4wd system, Brembo brakes and 17" BBS wheels, it became an instant hit.
2002 NISSAN SKYLINE GT-R M-SPEC NÜR R34
Named after the Nürburgring racetrack, the Nissan Skyline GT-R M-Spec Nür boasted larger turbochargers with steel blades, running at a higher boost.
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