The Nissan Stagea in question is powered by a turbocharged inline-six with 280 hp.
This iconic iteration of the Nissan GT-R paid the price for sending power only to its rear wheels.
The Skyline R34 GT-R V-Spec II is powered by a 2.6L twin-turbo six and features lots of upgrades over the V-Spec.
If you want a pristine Nissan Skyline, you only need a few thousand dollars to get one from Japan.
Nissan only produced 19 examples of the 500 hp Skyline GT-R Z-Tune.
The Nissan R34 Skyline GT-R is powered by the company’s revered RB26 twin-turbo V6.
The front fascia of the Nissan Skyline had to be extended in order to accommodate multiple new sensors.
The new Skyline’s ProPilot 2.0 system doesn’t require drivers to keep their hands on the wheel.
Mark Hutchinson imported this 1992 Sykline GT-R into the U.S. in 2017 – and has a grin ever since.
The insane Lupo raced against an 800 HP Audi 80 and a 1,500 HP Nissan Skyline R32.
The system allows hands-off driving on highways and will debut in Japan this fall.
You simply can’t deny the iconic status of an old Nissan Skyline GT-R, can you?.