New Zealand Classic Car

NISMO announces Heritage Parts programme for Nissan GT-R


W ith all this modern classic noise, the popularity of late ’80s, early ’90s Japanese performanc­e cars has soared. Recognizin­g the demand for its now aging chassis, Nissan’s motor-sport subsidiary will now supply new parts for the Skyline R32 GT-R — with more models to be added at a later date. The Heritage Parts programme falls in line with other manufactur­ers, especially German ones, arrives at an appropriat­e time — April marked the 60th year of the Nissan Skyline, which now spans 13 generation­s, starting from the Prince Skyline back in 1957.

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