Nissan GTR NISMO Skyline

Nismo "Nissan Motorsport International Limited" is the Nissan Motor Companies motorsport and performance division. It was formed in 1984 as a result of a merger between two motorsport departments. NISMO is currently participate in the Super GT and FIA GT Championship. In the past NISMO has been involved in motorsport events such as JSPC, Formula Nippon, JTCC, 24 Hours of Le Mans and 24 Hours of Daytona. NISMO built its first Skyline GTR in 1989 for racing.

2022 Nissan GTR NISMO R35

2022 GTR Nismo R35

In 1936, a chequered flag was first raised for a GT-R NISMO ancestor.  Nissan's racing knowledge is put to use in the NISMO badge to produce unrivalled on-road thrills. The 2021 GT-R NISMO's engine is a fanatically tuned twin-turbo 3.8-litre V6 600-horsepower engine with 481 lb-ft of torque, powered by high-capacity turbos developed for the Nissan GT3 racing programme. Read more


2011 nissan nismo gtr-rc

The Nismo GTR RC made its debut at the Tokyo Auto Salon in 2011, the name GTR RC is derived from Racing Competition which certainly explains what this car was made for. Based on the R35 GTR, Nissan’s in house tuning company Nismo have lightened the body, upgraded. Read more

2005 NISMO Skyline GTR Z Tune


In 2005 the R34 GTR Z-tune was released by NISMO, it is Limited to 20 Units only. This is the final and
best edition of the Nissan R34 GTR Skyline available. NISMO "Nissan’s Motor Sport division" have stripped down and rebuilt this monster from the ground up. Read more

2002 NISMO Skyline GTR JGTC


The 2002 Nismo Skyline GTR JGTC performed very well that year and provided much entertainment in The Super GT series previously known as All-Japan Grand Touring Car Championship or JGTC. The race is a grand touring car race series which is endorsed by the GT-Association. Read more

2000 NISMO Skyline GTR JGTC


The NISMO Skyline GTR JGTC competed in the 2000 Japan GT Championship, GT-500 class and was driven by U. Katayama and M. Krumm competed in the series with this NISMO works machine Castrol NISMO GTR". Read more

1998 NISMO Skyline GTR JGTC


The 1998 NISMO Skyline GTR JGTC " Pennzoil NISMO GTR" won the All Japan GT Championships. The engine displacement for 1998 was increased from 2,658cc to 2,708cc, and maximum output topped 500PS. Read more

1997 NISMO Skyline GTR 400R


In 1997 the NISMO 400R was released, a racing version of the Skyline GTR R33. It uses a larger version of the RB26DETT engine called the RBX-GT2, producing 400hp at 6800rpm. A larger stroke of 77.7mm and bore of 87mm make for a larger displacement of 2771cc. Read more

1996 NISMO Skyline GTR LM


Nismo developed the Skyline GTR for endurance racing with a pair of JGTC specification R33s for the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1995. In 1996 the Skyline GTR LMs would return, this time they had enlarged RB26DETTs displacing 2.8 litres, lifting power to an impressive 600 bhp. Read more

1996 NISMO Skyline GTR LM Road Car


Based on the Skyline GTR, Skyline GTR LMs were created as an official road car so NISMO could take part in the 1996 24 Hours of Le Mans. To meet homologation regulations, a street legal version had to be built. Read more

1995 NISMO Skyline GTR LM


In 1990 Nissan stopped competing in the Le Mans, and NISMO took its place. The Skyline-based NISMO GTR LM was entered in Le Mans in 1995 and 1996. The NISMO GTR LM was modified to 2WD (FR) drive, which is a better choice for heavy vehicles. It was 10th overall and 5th in its class and was powered by a Group N specification engine. Read more