When the time comes to buy this 2002 Nissan Skyline GT-R Spec Nür, which is currently up for sale, later this week, it is anticipated to command an exorbitant price.
Every car collector's dream vehicle is the Skyline, and Nissan only produced 285 of this model.
The discovery of pricey variants of the Nissan Skyline GT-R R34 may no longer be surprising.
To put it simply, the R34 is essentially Paul Walker's "Fast and Furious Skyline," which he drove in "2 Fast 2 Furious."
A brand-new Nismo model in Midnight Purple recently sold for $662,000. The Spec Nür that you see here may actually surpass this Skyline R34 world record. It is currently priced at $450,000.
This Skyline actually has a very discreet and subtle style. The vehicle's exterior is finished in Millennium Jade, and the interior features power windows, black leather upholstery, and a CD player. It almost looks like any other Skyline, but if you look closely, you'll see the Nismo intercooler and gold calipers that are Nismo-branded. With 44,172 kilometers (roughly 27,000 miles) on the clock and being offered for sale without a title, this Skyline is currently registered in Australia.
What makes the Nissan Skyline GT-R Spec Nür so special?
The famous racetrack known as the Nürburgring, where automobile manufacturers frequently test their vehicles' performance figures, is spelled Nür.
The Spec Nür is essentially a modified R43 with a track-friendly engine.
A new electronic control unit (ECU), a new air intake, a new Nismo intercooler, and a gold valve cover were added to the twin-turbo 2.6-liter inline-six engine that came standard. The car now has 276 horsepower, a 4.6-second 0-100 km/h, and a top speed of 282 kilometers per hour (or 175 miles per hour).