Nissan will be bringing their Nürburgring-busting GT-R to the SEMA show in November.
Called the GT-R NISMO N Attack Package, it includes parts that were designed exclusively for Nissan’s Nürburgring time attack project.
The N-Attack Package includes aerodynamic improvements for better downforce and a beefed up suspension meant to handle the rough roads at the Nürburgring. Inside, the package adds full bucket seats meant to handle the higher G forces produced by the improved performance.
The package will be installed by Steve Millen Sportsparts Inc., better known as STILLEN. They will be responsible for assembly, servicing and maintenance of N Attack Package cars.
The Nissan GT-R NISMO recorded a time of 7 minutes and 8.679 seconds, which is a record time for a volume production vehicle. All parts in the N Attack Package were developed during the development of the record setting car.
STILLEN president and CEO Steve Millen was a Nissan race driver, piloting a 300ZX to the 1992 IMSA GTS championship. The New Zealander also won the championship in 1994 and has the most all-time GTS victories with 20.
Nissan will also be bringing three 2016 Titan XD trucks, two that will showcase the company’s accessories and the third that is heavily modified PRO-4X model.
The 2015 SEMA show will be held at the Las Vegas Convention Center from November 3 through November 6 and is not open to the public. TFLcar will be there for complete coverage of the event.