The top speed of a standard Nissan Skyline GT-R with no modifications is about 155 mph. With racing modifications and motor additions, Nissan Skylines can reach upwards of 200 mph.
Nissan Skyline is a family of cars produced by the Japanese company Nissan. The most popular car in the Nissan Skyline family is the GT-R, which stands for the Grand Tourer-R series. The Nissan Skyline vehicles were originally produced by Prince Motor Company, but the company later merged with Nissan. Starting in 1955, Nissan Skyline vehicles have offered a range of compact and sport cars that come in a variety of body types. The vehicles are not only popular in commercial sales across the globe, but they are also a predominant presence in the world of racing.
The Nissan Skyline GT-R is a street legal vehicle that made its first debut in 1969. The cars are available in a number of different series with varying engine specifications. The most basic modern GT-Rs have a top speed of around 155 mph, and they can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 5.2 seconds. However, the GT-Rs are very popular for their ability to be "modified" by adding different body kits and engine tune-ups. Highly modified GT-Rs can easily reach 200 mph.