Nissan GT-R awarded Guinness World Record For Hot


With its last record lap time on Nürburgring Nordschleife circuit in Germany, in April 2009, clocked at 7’:26” 70, the GT-R has long been called “one of the fastest cars in the world.”

Now, the Nissan GT-R is officially “the fastest four seating production car in the world in terms of acceleration.” Achieving 0-100km in 3.5 seconds has won the GT-R a Guinness World Record.
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