If you really want fast delivery, we suggest a Nissan that is a supercar in every sense of the word, the GT-R. It already has a reputation for monstrously powerful performance that can be a rough-around-the-edges assault on the senses when pushed to the limit. But, a quick spin in the latest GT-R showed us that this beast from the East has evolved.

For 2014, the GT-R has actually gained some street manners. It’s less clunky, and a bit more civilized when going from point A to B. Daily drive time spent inside is indeed quieter, and more comfortable. Upgrades to suspension parts and the steering system add to a more pleasant around-town experience.

Still, not revving out its 3.8 liter twin-turbo V6, and its 545 horsepower, is a crime against nature, and something we still love to experience over and over.

And if this still isn’t enough car, the folks at NISMO cranked up their GT-R version to 600 horsepower, added suspension and aero enhancements and took it to the ultimate benchmark track: the Nurburgring; where it didn’t just excel, it set the lap record for a volume production car. Not too shabby!

Heading to the U.S. soon, the 2015 Nissan GT-R starts around $100,000.


  • Engine: 3.8 liter twin-turbo V6
  • Horsepower: 545
  • Price: Starts around $100,000