One of the more civilized, practical supercars on the market. A blistering performer.
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The R35 Nissan GT-R is a stunning car and nowhere does it look better than on the streets of Tokyo.
For some, racing means having a race car and a road car. For others, it's a one-car-does-all affair. This GT-R is the former, and then some.
Where better to take a style-focused GT-R Egoist than around one of Japan's most eclectic cities, Tokyo?
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Participating in a Nissan GT-R Experience event intended to let owners get some track time, CNET tests the limits of the latest version of this high-tech machine.
Nissan gave owners of the GT-R, and a few members of the press, a chance to learn the curves of Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca in their flagship car.
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