We have previously reported on the Nissan GT-R Nismo, but just to recap, it develops 435 kW and 800 N.m.  These numbers are enough to dash from standstill to 100 km/h in well under 3,0 seconds.

Think GT-R Nismo, and we all remember that Nürburgring lap time of 7:08,679 seconds. A time, which according to Nissan, is the fastest for a volume production car. However, that car was actually not a standard GT-R Nismo, but a Nismo fitted with the optional N-Attack Package that will soon become available to clients.

This package includes a few important upgrades over the standard Nismo car. On each corner will be a four-way adjustable Öhlins damper, a slight overall weight reduction, a front limited-slip differential, a carbon plate rear limited-slip differential, an updated engine and traction control management system and finally some aerodynamic changes including that rear wing. The interior features Recaro bucket seats with a carbon shell, a rear carbon bulkhead and a rear seat finisher.

A spokesperson for Nissan South Africa couldn’t confirm if the GT-R Nismo will be heading to our shores. However, it was made clear that a decision will be made in the coming month or two.

Watch the videos below to see Nissan setting its lap record at the ‘Ring as well as some background on the development of the GT-R Nismo.