Showing posts in the category of Nissan Skyline

Nissan Skyline GT-R Causes A Justin Bieber Effect To Teen Boys


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As much as we feel the urge to poke some fun at these screaming teens, we’re not going to lie; at some point in our lives, we’ve all had enthusiastic reactions upon seeing a rare automotive icon on the road.

The Nissan Skyline Is The Very Definition Of The Forbidden Fruit


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This is the love story of a DR30 Skyline and its proud owner.

Nissan Skyline Earns 'Most Iconic Japanese Car Ever' Title In The UK - Do You Agree?


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Jap-fest followers have decided to name the Skyline as the 'Most Iconic Japanese Car Ever' over the Toyota Supra and the Subaru Impreza WRX.

Nissan Gives New Meaning To 'NY Skyline' With Legacy Models On Display


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While the facelifted 2017 GT-R R35 was clearly the main attraction over at Nissan's NY Auto Show stand, the Japanese automaker also brought along a couple of noteworthy siblings.

Exceptionally Rare Nissan Skyline GT-R Nismo Z-Tune Will Cost You $510,000


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Throughout the decades, a number of limited-edition Nissan Skylines have been produced, including the exceptionally special Nismo 400R but of them all, the R34-generation GT-R Nismo Z-Tune is quite possibly the best.

Driving One Of Just 44 Nissan Skyline GT-R Nismo 400R's


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In the world of Nissan Skyline's, there are few variants quite as iconic or revered as the R32-generation GT-R Nismo 400R.

Aventador VS Skyline R33 In Epic Flame Battle


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A tribute made for the late Paul Walker in the United Kingdom brought together plenty  of exotics and powerful machines.

1990 Skyline GT-R Vs. 2015 GT-R In Parking Lot Review


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While most know that the early 1990s Nissan GT-R R32 is related to the latest model to bear the GT-R badge, they are very different propositions. Even though you can tune the older car to extract serious power from its 2.6-liter twin-turbo straight six, the R35 minces it out of the box.

How Does The Nissan Skyline GT-R R34 Compare To The Latest GT-R On Track?


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The latest model of the Nissan GT-R family, the 45th Anniversary limited edition, got summoned to the race track for a very special duel.

Nissan Stagea R34 GT-R Wagon Will Make You The Coolest Kid On The Block


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You know what the best thing about this car is? It's listed for sale on eBay right here in the United States, and specifically, in Illinois.

Rare R34 Nissan Skyline GT-R Nismo Z-Tune Is Selling At Over $575,000


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Remember when classic car specialists once said that Japanese cars could never be considered collectibles? I bet they are eating their shoes now.

Here's Your Chance To Buy A 1990 Nissan Skyline GT-R R32 In The USA


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Thanks to the National Highway Traffic Safety's Administration (NHTSA) importation exemption rule on vehicles more than 25 years old, you can now legally import a Nissan Skyline GT-R R32 into the USA. Or you can save yourself the hassle and leave Japanese Classics do all the work for you.

'Liberty Walk' Boss Talks About His Unique 'Kenmeri' Nissan Skyline GT-R [w/Video]


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Even if you're not familiar with the name Liberty Walk, chances are you've seen videos of those outrageous wide body Lamborghini Murcielagos from Japan. During the 2014 SEMA show in Las Vegas, GT Channel stopped to have a chat with Liberty Walk president Wataru Kato.

This Acura Integra Wants To Be A Mini Nissan Skyline R34 GT-R [w/Video]


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If you like hot Japanese sports cars, you can't go wrong with either the Acura Integra or the Nissan Skyline GT-R, but you can go wrong if you try create a cocktail out of the two.

JDM Unicorns Exist: An Original Nissan Fairlady Z 432 Goes For Sale


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If your JDM knowledge needs some dust off (ours did!), this is basically a Datsun 240Z with the powertrain of the original Skyline GT-R, aka the hakosuka. This means that under the bonnet lives and breathes a dual-cam, four-valve, 2-litre inline-six fed by no less than three carburetors, hence the 432 nameplate.

Paul Walker's Nissan Skyline GT-R from Fast&Furious 4 up for Sale for $1.35 Million


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Sadly, whenever a famous person perishes, we tend to see a spike in memorabilia items -be that in terms of quantity or prices. To be fair, however, the current seller of the original Nissan Skyline GT-R driven by the late Paul Walker in the 2009 'Fast and Furious 4' movie, has pledged to donate half the proceeds of the sale to the actor's charity Reach Out World Wide (ROWW).

Say Again? New Nissan Skyline Wears Infiniti Emblems, But Remains a Nissan in Japan


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The usually well-informed on local business matters Japanese business daily Nikkei, reported last month that Nissan would launch the Infiniti brand in the country with the Q50, the predecessors of which, were sold as the Nissan Skyline, leaving questions about the fate of the latter.

It turns out that, in a twisted way, the report was partially right, and we say this because the company today unveiled the new Nissan Skyline with…Infiniti badges, and we quote two passages from the official release so you can better understand the confusion:

Nissan Skyline has Temperature-Sensitive Paint Finish that Changes Color


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Check out this crazy paint job on a Nissan Skyline S2 R33 from the United Kingdom that has had a whole-body re-spray done using only special temperature-sensitive paint that, like mood rings, changes color depending on conditions.

What in the World is This?


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Are you up to a guessing challenge? If you're reading this, then we'll assume the answer is yes. So, some of the questions we have been pondering after looking at these two photos of the same car are, 'What exactly is it, and what's it trying to resemble?', and 'Who made it and why?'.

Nissan to Launch Infiniti Brand in Japan with the Q50 - The End of Skyline Range?


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Launched in 1989 as a competitor for Toyota’s luxury division Lexus in the United States, Nissan’s Infiniti brand has been expanding worldwide in recent years, focusing especially on Europe. Now it looks like Infiniti will debut in Japan as well, as Nissan wants to capitalize on demand for luxury cars in its home market.