Production might have ended, but the R35 GT-R lives on to be a legendary nightmare for supercars.
When the Nissan GT-R invaded the globe, it agreed to endure humiliation in the eyes of the Japanese gods.
Despite being absent from the supercar scene for a while, this Nissan wasn't afraid to return.
For more than ten years, the R35 GT-R has been making fun of other supercars.
Nevertheless, the R35 GT-R is a supercar that has developed like fine wine, with modest price hikes, changes to the style, power,
and other aspects despite the always shifting needs and the many supercars setting lap times.
It has dominated the best vehicles in its class, including Lamborghinis, Ferraris, and Porsches.
Everything about it is flawless, including the available grip levels, acceleration, and traction.
Before making its way under the hood of the Godzilla, the erratic 3.8-liter twin-turbo V6 was dusted with fairy dust.
The GT-R started to lose its competitive edge as time went on and supercar competition got fiercer.
Although purchasing one of these GT-Rs used is expensive due to rising pricing, the R35 GT-R is the best supercar money can buy for someone wishing to outperform rival supercars in a straight line.
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