Gods of GT-R
The other rare R33 and R34s
One-off road car built to homologate Nissan’s Le Mans entry. Registered, but never sold in Aus, this wide-body monster inspired the 400R.
A homologation special, it had no air con, radio, or even a boot liner. It used a stronger N1 engine with upgraded turbos for more reliable racing; 45 built. R34 R-tune Around 25 GT-R owners had their R34s modified with the R-tune package. It had a 335kW R1-spec engine. A softer S-tune was also available.
A turn-key Nismo built R33 GT-R with a extra grunt and a stack more attitude courtesy of LM-inspired details like the vented carbon bonnet.
The Nür was based around the N1 engine; 718 were based on the track-biased V-spec II, while 285 started as more road-focused M-specs. R34 Z-tune Built to celebrate Nismo’s 20th anniversary, and limited to just 20 units, Zs were V-specs stripped down and built up again with 410kW engines.