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Nissan Skyline, a Japanese masterpiece and every petrol heads wet dream! 

It's the four-seater coupe that monstered Germany's best around the Nürburgring. It's also the supercar that very nearly broke Jeremy Clarkson. 

The R34 seemed to give birth to the new millennium. Its computer system felt like something straight of a PlayStation gaming system. The bonnet on select editions was made from carbon fibre. It had an LCD screen which showed the driver statistics about engine performance and turbocharger pressure. Those things may seem commonplace now, but back in the 90s though, they were practically a revolution. No doubt about it, the Nissan Skyline is a classic. From its looks to its performance to its pedigree, this is one car which hasn't so much aged as matured.

Used in the Fast and Furious film franchise and it was the particular favourite of Brian O'Connor! This is a great chance to relish getting behind the wheel of a true great. 

Vehicle Stats

"Want to make a car enthusiast's eyes light up with fond memories? Simply mention the Nissan Skyline GT-R".

Vehicle - Nissan Skyline R34 GT-T

Power Unit - 2.6L  Turbocharged

Horsepower - 400+ bhp

Torque - 216 lb. -ft

0 - 60mph - 5.2 Seconds

Top Speed - 155 mph

Transmission - Manual

Made Famous By - The car apeared in the Fast and Furious film's, 2 Fast 2 Furious and Fast and Furious.


Had a birthday present treat of driving the Nissan Skyline from the Fast and Furious films and I’m very pleased to say the car did not disappoint!! I had Sam Grogan in with me and he was absolutely brilliant, ran through the car with me and got me in the perfect driving position then coached me round the first lap or two and helped me with where to take a corner, he made it a very enjoyable experience and I felt like I was really in a race, I’d had to wait quite a while as it was a very busy day but I think that was just due to the back up of bookings since Covid!! I’d happily go back again.

Andy Newton