After finally importing the R33 and R34 generation cars to the UK in limited numbers, Nissan shelved the iconic halo GT-R model. Fast forward to 2007 and the R35 became Nissan’s most powerful production car. It’s hard to believe that 2017 will mark the tenth year of production for Nissan’s supercar. There’s a been incremental evolution since the GT-R first broke cover, however the MY17 heralds the most fundamental package of revisions yet.
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