The following cars represent the most technically advanced available.
The 2012 Nissan GT-R is a dedicated sports car, a high-tech weapon for the track, and entirely suitable for winding public roads. But it is not the most practical for day-to-day driving.
The 2010 Nissan GT-R is an outstanding car for the track or sport driving, but its rough ride makes it tough to live with on a daily basis, and the next model year should see significant improvements.
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The 2009 Nissan GT-R is a technical tour de force, with evidence of brilliance throughout. We would have a hard time with the GT-R as an everyday driver, but it offers fun and exhilaration at heart-stopping levels.
The R35 Nissan GT-R is a stunning car and nowhere does it look better than on the streets of Tokyo.
Where better to take a style-focused GT-R Egoist than around one of Japan's most eclectic cities, Tokyo?
Nissan's homegrown tuner shop, Nismo, takes on three models at the 2013 Los Angeles auto show, sparking up the already hot GT-R, adding an RS to the Juke Nismo, and even coming up with a concept Sentra.
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.
Sony and Nissan give gamers a chance to go from virtual to reality.
It's Godzilla versus Godzookie as these two Nissans battle it out around a slightly damp Bedford Autodrome.
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.