The GTR is a pretty fast car and amazingly quick around the track.

It’s wasn’t named Godzilla for nothing after all. Even though relatively cheap in comparison to its rivals, the GTR is still capable of demolishing sports cars that are worth double, or triple the price of the GTR. The 3.8 liter V6 under the hood produces 565 horsepower for the 2017 model, and does 0-60 in just 2.9 seconds, and is capable of running the 1/4 mile in 11.1 seconds. Pretty amazing right? There aren’t a lot of cars that can do what a GTR does, especially on the track. There’s a myth that surrounds the GTR’s. A lot of people say that the GTR is run by a computer, and that it doesn’t need a driver because it can do all the work for itself, well, here comes a video that shuts everyone up. We see the Nissan GTR battle an Audi RS6 Avant Performance in the track. The Audi has 597 horsepower, its all-wheel drive just like the GTR, but all its power comes from a turbocharged V8. 0-60 happens in 3.7 seconds, and its quite impressive judging by the size the RS6 has. Anyway we see them battle in the track and as soon as the GTR driver loses focus, he makes a mistake that costs him dearly, so to everyone that say the GTR drives itself, watch the video as it shows perfectly that every car needs its driver.