The most powerful car ever built was a V8 supercar from the 1990s, but not everyone is sure what that’s about.
On Tuesday, Nissan revealed its new GT-R at the Los Angeles Auto Show.
Nissan has used the GT-1 model, a V-8 powered, two-seat sports car that was first produced in 1991.
At the time, the GT1 was Nissan’s fastest production car.
The GT-Rs performance was more limited than what the GT2 could achieve.
Its 1,600 horsepower was far more than the 3,400 of the GT3, but it was still a big step up from the 3.2-liter GT4 that was a contender for the 1990 Car of the Year award.
For those of you who haven’t seen the GT5, it’s a much better car.
Nissan’s GT5 is the successor to the GT4 and is the latest iteration of Nissan’s legendary sports car.
The GT5 will be sold in four different variants: the V8-powered GT-5 (starting at $95,000), the V-6 GT5 (including a $50,000 sticker), the 2.0-liter V-7 GT5 and the V6 GT-8 (starting $100,000).
The new V-9 GT-9 is a four-door sports car priced at $140,000.
A few months ago, a couple of V8 enthusiasts on Twitter suggested that the GT6 is a GT-6.
The GT6 does indeed have a V6 engine, but the GT7, which has the engine in its engine bay, has no V8 engine.
The Nissan GT-7 is expected to be released later this year.
This will be the Nissan GT6 that the folks at GT6-Tech have been dreaming of for a long time.
The car is powered by a 2.3-liter twin-turbocharged V6, and it is said to be a much more powerful car than the GT 4 and the GT 6.
While it’s true that the two-seater GT6 has a smaller diameter than the four-seated GT6, the V4 GT6 and the 3-seaters are actually the same car, with the same engine.
The new GT6 might be the quickest and fastest production GT ever built, but that’s not what people are talking about.
This is a big car that’s going to be powerful, but we don’t know what its going to look like.
I’m sure there are plenty of GT fans out there who are hoping for a new GT to be made, but if you want to go all out on a GT6 to drive off a cliff, you’d better get yourself a GT.