Initially conceived as a special variant of the iconic Skyline as early as 1969, Nissan began creating high performance vehicles named under the banner ‘GTR’. However, in 2007 they would go on to construct an entirely new model, named simply as the Nissan GTR. The engines are hand built by only 4 engineers and the attention to detail shines through.
The GTR boasts an absolutely staggering 700 bhp, and has a max speed of 195 mph. This is all created and enforced by the incredible 3.6L V8 Twin Turbo engine, that also produces 451lbs of torque! Overall the statistics on this performance car are nothing short of phenomenal, and it’s not hard to see why so many car enthusiasts are so passionate about it.
The Nissan GTR is truly a performance car that stands alongside supercars in more ways than just performance. If you want to understand the complexities of Japanese engineering, the attention to detail and why the GTR has won so many awards, and holds records on some of the most highly regarded tracks in the world, then book an experience today.
The variety of Nissan packages available reflects the brand's versatility. Consider getting behind the wheel of the Nissan GTR R35 Nismo supercar, the Nissan Skyline R34 movie car classic, or the drifting champs Nissan Silvia, 200SX, or 350Z.
Our excellent value for money Nissan thrills start at just £45 and are available at up to fifteen sites throughout the United Kingdom.
Booking a Nissan Driving Experience
TrackDays is a convenient way to reserve your next Nissan driving day package at a time and date that is convenient for your schedule. All purchases are sent by email vouchers, but there are extra gift wrapping choices available at checkout, which we may send to you via Royal Mail or DPD.
Bookings are generally confirmed within 48 hours, however you must wait until you get a final confirmation email before making any arrangements pertaining to your reservation.
If a package is designed specifically for younger drivers, we will usually include this in the package's name - although this is not always the case. If a driver does not satisfy the minimum safety criteria (such as age, height, weight, and license type), they will be unable to operate a motor vehicle. In most instances, a passenger trip will still be available.