Nissan introduced the fourth generation of the Skyline GT-R nameplate in 1995, and it was available in two trim levels: the GT-R and the V-Spec. With the V-Spec version, the carmaker succeeded in an astonishing performance by lowering the Nurburgring lap time to under eight minutes. Dirk Shoysman, a professional racing driver, managed to get 7m59s887” around the famous German track, also known as the “Green Hell.” He did that in a GT-R V-Spec. The V-Spec came from its predecessor, the R32 when that name symbolized the “Victory-Specification,” which was applied to the upgraded cars that won the Group N and Group A racing categories in Japan.
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