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First production GT-R to be crashed Photo:
 
 
Steane Klose | Jan, 08 2008 | 3 Comments

Well, it was inevitable and just goes to show as with any car, the weakest link in the chain is usually the driver. Pictured here is the first of Nissan's new production GT-R's to bite the dust. Little is known about the accident, although some North American GT-R Owners Club members have guessed the location as being Hong Kong, I'd still be more inclined to think it happened in Japan.

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Always pays to respect a car with in excess of 350kW, even if it boasts all wheel drive and more computerized assistance than you can poke a stick at. The laws of physics are...well...the laws of physics.

[Source: Autoblog]

 
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