You too can lap the Nurburgring in 7:08. Driver’s skill sold separately.
Nissan Gojira enthusiasts and track rats rejoice. According to an official press release from Nissan HQ earlier today (Nov. 4, 2015) Nissan unveiled its Nismo N Attack Package to a packed hall of Nissan enthusiasts and journalists. That means the same aero and suspension package they developed and used specifically to set a new Nurburgring records will be available for purchase and installation (if you want the warranty) through select dealers in the United States and world wide.
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We’re not entirely sure what’s involved in this kit as few details and specifics were revealed but upon closer inspection of the pictures they included ,we’re lead to believe that it comes with all the things a normal aero package consists of. That means a special front bumper with integrated carbon fiber lip, carbon fiber side skirts, special carbon fiber rear valence, possibly an undertray diffuser on both sides as well as a nifty looking spoiler with plenty of functionality also in…you guessed it…carbon fiber.
Most importantly they’ll include the special set of dampers and springs that they used that are more than likely adjustable to a higher degree than they already are. If you look closely at the wall of parts used as a background on the GT-R Nismo N-Attack package, you’ll notice what looks like beefier sway bars all around and a light weight exhaust system (be still my beating NISMO heart. )
The official US installer is none other the world renowned Nissan enthusiast and resident California Kiwi, Steve Millen from Millen Racing. You may know his son Rhys.