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Nissan GT-R Sales Figures

Nissan GT-R

Here are monthly and yearly Canadian, European and U.S. sales figures for the Nissan GT-R. The Nissan GT-R is one of the most iconic and recognizable high-performance sports cars to emerge from Japan. Lauded for its blistering speed, advanced technology, and relative affordability compared to European supercars, the GT-R carries a long legacy stemming from the Nissan Skyline range.

Nissan GT-R Overview

The Nissan GT-R’s lineage can be traced back to the high-performance versions of the Nissan Skyline, which were first introduced in the late 1960s. The Skyline GT-R models became legends in their own right. However, with the R35 generation introduced in 2007, Nissan dropped the Skyline name, and the car became simply the Nissan GT-R, setting it apart as its own model.

The GT-R is often referred to by its nickname “Godzilla”, a nod to its Japanese roots and monstrous performance. It’s renowned for its use of advanced technology, including a sophisticated all-wheel-drive system and a twin-turbocharged V6 engine. This allows the GT-R to achieve 0-60 mph times that rival and often best those of much more expensive supercars. Throughout its lifespan, the GT-R has seen various performance improvements. The 3.8L V6 engine has seen horsepower numbers ranging from the initial 480 hp in 2007 to well over 600 hp in later NISMO versions.

Nissan GT-R Sales Figures

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Nissan GT-R Canada Sales Data & Charts

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