Paul Walker's ‘Fast & Furious' Nissan Skyline GT

Nissan's most powerful car the Skyline GT-R. The 370Z improves on this recipe for success by being smaller, lighter, wider, and more powerful than the 350Z that came before, incorporating new, lightweight aluminum body panels and a larger 3.7-liter V6. It also is the first car in the world to debut a nifty piece of new technology—SynchroRev Match, which automatically blips the throttle on downshifts for perfect rev-matching every time.

Inside, you get leather upholstery with faux suede inserts, dual-zone automatic climate control, a heated eight-way power driver seat (four-way for the front passenger), a manual tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, a rearview camera, an 8-inch touchscreen, a navigation system, voice controls, NissanConnect mobile-app integration, Apple CarPlay, Bluetooth, and a six-speaker Bose audio system with active noise cancellation and enhancement, USB connectivity, and satellite and HD radio.

The dials keep a track on the ongoing performance with some interesting data related to engine working displayed while on the go. It has the lower positioned AC vents and buttons for climate control that looks dated, but the use of carbon fiber on the transmission tunnel adds some drama to the cabin.

Power remains transferred to all four wheels via the ATTESA E-TS all-wheel-drive system. The eighth generation Nissan Skyline arrived in 1989 just as the Japanese economic bubble began to waver and shimmy. The fresh exterior and interior designs were created by teams at Nissan Design Europe in London and Nissan Design America, while Italdesign developed, engineered and built the car.

When the IDx NISMO prototype debuted at the Tokyo Auto Show the overwhelming response was, Yes please!” It didn't take long for Nissan to state that the car would make it to production though the company has yet to announce a date or provide details on its final configuration.

On the other, dead stock the 240SX a recipe for fun right off the bat, offering a perfect balance of features: it's a lightweight, sleek rear-wheel drive fastback with excellent all-independent suspension and a torquey inline four. If not, make sure that the car's specification corresponds to the age it purports to be. Import cars have often led a chequered history, and as we have seen, proper UK Skyline experts are rare.

Chen now owns his second R32, a one-owner example with just 15,000 miles on it. It was owned by a little old engineer in Tokyo and driven just 500 miles a year. Nissan GT-R features easy-to-use 3-mode system consisting of three switches which let you on-the-fly adjustment of specific performance parameters Nissan Skyline GT-R for the transmission, suspension, and Vehicle Dynamic Control (VDC) system.

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