Brave Nissan GT-R Owner Drives To Everest Base Camp

An ambitious and brave Nissan GT-R owner, Kah Chuan Hoong from Singapore, decided he wanted to be the first to drive a supercar to the base camp of Mount Everest and he documented his progress on Facebook. The journey stared in Singapore where he trekked across to Nepal in his Nissan GT-R.

http://www.zero2turbo.com/2016/10/brave-nissan-gt-r-owner-drives-to-everest-base-camp.html

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The #McLarenP1 #GTR with F1 Livery

McLaren, it seems, is having a lot more fun with the P1 GTR hyper track car than they did with the road-going version of the car. After all, building this track-only model is a lot easier than the road car, and they are selling them for three times the money. That’s probably why they have time to be innovative with the liveries they put on these models.

http://www.motorward.com/2016/08/eye-candy-mclaren-p1-gtr-with-f1-livery/

Mercedes AMG GT R Sighted on Public Roads

Before this we’d only seen the new Mercedes AMG GT R in official press photos and at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. But this week, and for the first time, the beast of the Green Hell was spotted on civilian roads, first in Belgium and then in Stuttgart, Germany.

http://www.motorward.com/2016/07/mercedes-amg-gt-r-sighted-on-public-roads/

The Next Nissan GT-R Will Be a Hybrid?

Shiro Nakamura, Nissan’s creative team leader, revealed that the new GT-R could get hybridized power.The improvement of the new Nissan GT-R model for 2017 was
announced a few months ago at the New York Auto Show, but works on this car are still in progress.

The Next Nissan GT-R Will Be a Hybrid?