Posts Tagged “Nissan GT-R”

AutoSoup: Eterniti Builds A Cayenne + Three Hot Supercar Videos Editon

By | September 12, 2011

Mmmm AutoSoup. Now complete with chunky delicious videos! Eterniti Builds A Cayenne: A couple weeks ago we got all sorts of skeptical over a new luxury car maker from London called Eterniti. They claimed that their new uber lux super SUV called the Hermera would deliver the finest in luxury and performance but gave us […]

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Infinity Will Definitely, Perhaps, Maybe Build a GT-R!

By | August 4, 2011

Let’s start off with a quick fact. If you want the most indisputable amount of performance for the lowest dollar then your answer is clearly the Nissan GT-R. The car’s got crazy numbers across the performance board with a price tag on par with a fully-loaded Cadillac Escalade ESV. You choose- the douchey family carrier or the super […]

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Weekend Wallpaper: Nissan Skyline GT-R MKII

By | April 30, 2011

Download Full Size Wallpaper In 1972 there was a gas crisis going on. What is a car company to do? Well in the 1960s hangover we like to call the 70s, Japan decided to release a fire-breathing, rubber-burning race car. Although we admire their testicular fortitude in the matter, it was not the best business […]

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Damn Good Pic: 1st-Gen Nissan Skyline GT-R

By | March 31, 2011

Sometime we run across a picture that’s just too good not to share with our readers. Our informal official photographer, Tyson Call, released this beautiful shot of an even more beautiful 1st-gen Nissan GT-R’s backside. See the full sized shot on Tyson Call’s Flickr page. [Chad Waite]

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2011 Nissan GT-R Revealed, Injected With Horsepower Botox

By | October 19, 2010

***Subscribe for once-a-day auto news that doesn’t suck!*** Godzilla never ceases to amaze us. Get this- the new 2011 Nissan GT-R will have 525hp. That’s a lot of power. Like “I’ve tuned my car with everything I can do to it on Forza 3″ kinda power. Somehow the brilliant minds over at Nissan squeezed nearly […]

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