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1,200,000 CR
Model year: 1998
Performance Index: R3 706
Drive Type: RWD
Engine Placement: Mid
Basic Performance
Advanced Performance
Power: 550 HP (410 kW)
Torque: 471 lb ft (638 N·m)
Weight: 2264 lbs (1026 Kg)
Front: 50%
Displ: 3.5 L
Power/weight: 535 HP per ton

399 kW per ton

Nissan says this is a road car, and maybe that’s technically true. You may be familiar with this car’s evil twin, the R390 GT1 Le Mans GT1-class racer. These twins aren’t so different, really: the R390 is just like its pure Le Mans racer stablemate, with mufflers and turn signals thrown into the mix—incidentally, the front headlights are pulled from its little sibling, the 300ZX—so it’s hard to imagine a worse car for grabbing groceries in. But it’s truly road-legal, at least in Japan and some European countries—and it looks stunning, thanks to bodywork by Ian Callum, who’s rightly famous for his gorgeous Aston Martin and Jaguar designs, among others. As for the rest, that’s where the racing technology really comes into play. The body and chassis are fully carbon-fiber, the gearbox is sequential, and the aerodynamics are optimized for extremely high speeds. Which are attainable, thanks to a 3.5-liter Nissan V8 emboldened by a pair of turbochargers to the tune of 550 horsepower. Considering the imposingly long R390 only weighs a bit more than 2,200 lbs., that’s plenty to make the R390 not only the fastest Nissan in absolute terms, but also the most expensive, at a cool million US dollars when new.

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