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It took 25 years for our author to drive this classic Nissan GT-R

It took 25 years for our author to drive this classic Nissan GT-R.


The 50th anniversary GT-R still looks like a dream

The 50th anniversary GT-R still looks like a dream.


It's years away, but next-gen Godzilla will be ‘world's fastest brick’

Next-gen Godzilla will be 'world's fastest brick.'


Naturally, they're going to be expensive

Naturally, they're going to be expensive.


It's the first car developed together by Nissan and Italdesign

It's the first car developed together by Nissan and Italdesign.


A Godzilla to serve and protect.

565 horsepower is pretty good for any police car.

Quick Spin

New entry-level versions are aimed at boosting lagging sales

With a smooth ride and good power, the Z feels good around town, but flog it in the hills and its age starts to show. The six-speed is geared perfectly, and there's plenty of bottom-end torque, but the motor is buzzy over 4,500 rpm, and the softly sprung suspension gets floppy when you're pushing hard. Overall grip is disappointing.


The Nissan engine was chosen for its reliability

Glickenhaus will equip the 004S with a tuned Nissan GT-R VR38DETT V6. This means a bump in power, as the 650-horsepower estimate for the V8 can now be substituted with a 690hp figure.


Some may surprise you ... others probably won't

We countdown the 10 worst-selling cars of 2017, including only 2017 and 2018 model-year cars for sale during the entire calendar year.


Keeping Godzilla going.

Nissan launches the Nismo Heritage program to provide hard-to-find OEM parts for the R32 GT-R.

First Drive

Autoblog drives Nissan's DualShock-controlled R35 GT-R at Silverstone.


The car makes more horsepower than the dyno can measure.


The Nissan GT-R is a lot to handle, but a day of training at Virginia International Raceway could help.


Godzilla's latest form officially costs over $100,000 more than the original R35.

The only choice you're making when ordering the Nissan GT-R Nismo is the color, which is also the only way to drive the price up beyond the nearly $177,000 starting price.


This Toyota 86 will never be called underpowered.

For times when a LaFerrari isn't powerful enough.

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These cars definitely don’t have ‘the Fizz.”

Look away, there's a Japanese supercar on the list.

First Drive

Godzilla goes to finishing school.

The Nissan GT-R's appeal has always stemmed from its violent acceleration and singular focus on forward motion. For 2017, it also learned some manners.

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