The Nissan GT-R sets new record

The Nissan GT-R sets new record

Not long ago, Japanese carmaker Nissan managed to set a new top speed record with the Nissan GT-R Goliath improved by Switzer. The driver had the opportunity to do everything he wanted on the track at the latest Moscow Unlimited 500+ racing event. Under the hood it hides an engine capable of generating more than 1.700 horsepower which helped the car set a new top speed record in a 1 mile run, which is quite impressive if you ask us. Different people involved in the organization of the event have declared that only 2 other vehicles have managed to surpass the 250 mph mark in a 1 mile run. Here we are talking about a Chevrolet Camaro at 250 mph and about a Ford GT that came before at 267 mph. The Japanese model that received some tuning touches from Switzer, the Nissan GT-R Goliath managed to reach a top speed of 249.987 mph in only 22.602 seconds which meant important things were about to happen. So that you know, the impressive model was built for a secret client, most probably from Russia and Switzer did its job in a wonderful way. A specialists from the tuning company declared that, for example, to build a fantastic car like this new Nissan Goliath, they need to go back one year and think about what the company was before Switzer arrived at the plant. The man explained that he was looking for a car that was not only street legal, but a car that was for street use. This only means that the car had to be comfortable and not only OK. The client asked them to add climate control, cruise control, sound system and a lot more, just like a regular car. The thinking that makes it different from other cars was that that car was technically street legal. In the end, the result is an impressive one, we have to admit you that.