2009 Nissan GT-R vs. 2008 Porsche 911 Turbo

Courtesy of Inside LineNissan obviously had in mind the porsche 911 turbo when it made the Nissan GT-R. The Nissan GT-R even got a better time on the Nürburgring circuit track than the 911. Nissan’s marketing was even a little biased in saying how this car is this and that and with its impressive specs, but the Inside Line gang decided to put all this hype of the Nissan to the test. They decided to play with both cars on the German Autobahn, the game was chase and the GT-R, was leading the way with the 911 in its rear view mirror. The GT-R was cutting corners smoothly and it helped it in gaining a lead over the 911. The smoothness of the GT-R was due to its more settled suspension and ATTESA all-wheel-drive system, thus allowing the driver to step on the throttle in an earlier phase of corner exit compared to the 911. In conclusion it was obvious the hype of this Nissan GT-R was in fact good, the Porsche is still an amazing car and is a little over $100,000 which is a good price for this sports car but the GT-R is about $40,000 less and is faster so which would you take? [Image Source: Inside Line, Source: Auto Blog]

Here is a spy video of the Nissan GT-R

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