The Nissan GT-R is proven to be one legend of the world stage of motoring, and more specifically of JDM. With one 54 years old now career on his back, the model has starred in famous movie franchisessuch as for example the Fast and Furious or his movie Grand Tourismwhile there are not a few his racing successes.
Overall, it is considered one of the most iconic creations of the Japanese, with its production continuing in the land of the Rising Sun and his excursions to Japan and the world not to stop.
One of them captured with the lens of o Ben Hartnettchannel owner Hartnett Mediawho directed a video with some Nissan GT-R to unfold their potential on the streets near and within his city Tokyo in Japan. His goal, in collaboration with Pennzoil, was to “honor the history and culture of the model,”as he himself states.
From chases to winding roadsthe deafening engine and turbo rattlinguntil nightly car meets in parking lots and archival footage of the model on the runway, the talented filmmaker's video has elements everyone will love petrolhead.
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