The R34 Nissan Skyline GT-R is one of the most legendary and capable sports cars of all time.

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In fact, it was still in its 10th generation when the R34 was launched, but the 11th generation would change the recipe.

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The final N1 engine was used in the R34 Nur version, and its cam cover was gold instead of red.

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The Nur model was a fully loaded street car that had been modified to compete in the Nurburging circuit.

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There are two body styles: the four-door Sedan is the rarest, and the two-door coupe is the most common.

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This car has received a plethora of desirable modifications to improve its handling and performance.

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Another highlight of the R34 Nissan Skyline GT-R is its state-of-the-art telemetry.

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This system included a 5.8-inch color LCD that sits in the center of the dashboard and displays seven key stats in real time.

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These included turbocharger pressure, oil and water temperature, and an exhaust and intake gas temperature readout.

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Despite its high performance, the R34 Skyline GT-R isn't for everyone. It's based on the real-world Nismo R-Tune.

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During its production, the Nissan Skyline GT-R has enjoyed tremendous success in the United States.

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