The third generation of the Nissan GT-R is commonly known with its legendary code name “R32”. Another popular nickname of this car is “Godzilla”. Over 30 years after its release, the R32 is now one of the rarest and most desired JDMs. Its well-defined design and classic double round taillights are nothing short of iconic and will remain similar in later models of the Skyline, the R33, and R34. The dimensions are 4.54 x 1.75 meters for a dry mass of 1430kg. The engine of the R32 is a powerful in-line 6-cylinder with 276 horsepower combined with a five-speed manual gearbox. The suspensions are of multilink technology and the ventilated brakes are all four-disc. This Skyline has achieved many successes in the world of motor racing and was consequently produced in two special and almost impossible to find special versions even for the most hardened collectors. The first, presented in 1991, is called N1 and is identical to the original but much lighter as it is free of superfluous technologies for the racing world such as air conditioning, stereo, and ABS. The second one, dating back to 1993, is called V-Spec, abbreviated name of Victory Specification, which adopted a braking system made by the leading brand in the sector, Brembo. The following V-Spec II simply adopts wider tires. After five years of production, the R32 left the market in 1994 with less than 50.000 units sold.

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🏎️ Nissan Skyline GT-R R32
📍 Japan
🛠️ DOHC 2.6 RB26DETT 361NM 276HP
💨 4,7 seconds
🔝 around 240km/h
💶 No longer on sale
Our vote: ⭐⭐⭐⭐️⚡ (4,5/5)