Nissan’s R34-generation GT-R made landfall to much praise from supercar fans, and of course more than a little hand-wringing from rival supercar engineers. At $70,000 it wasn’t cheap, yet it offered a performance bargain that seemed to defy all existing norms. Twelve years later, the GT-R improved on its performance (and reliability) while the price has commensurately increased to outpace inflation. And the basic design today reflects essentially mild cosmetic changes.
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.hagerty.com/articles-videos/articles/2018/12/11/italdesign-nissan-gtr50-to-be-produced