Sport Car / Competition
After 16 years, the "GT-R" name was reintroduced with the eighth-generation R32. The combination of the RB26DETT engine (maximum output: 280PS) and ATTESA E-TS proved too much for its rivals at the All Japan Touring Car Championships (Group A). This vehicle won the 1993 Tsukuba 12h Endurance Race and was entered in the 1994 Daytona 24 Hours (N1 specifications).
*Note: The R32GT-R was launched in August 1989.