If you’d like to take a shot at matching Nissan’s 2013 7:08.679 Nurburgring lap record, then in-house tuning arm, Nismo, has the car for you.
The N-Attack Package features modified suspension, a re-profiled aerodynamics package including front spoiler, side skirts, and rear diffuser, reshaped front guards including aero flics, as well as a towering rear wing.
Inside, more heavily bolstered racing seats, designed to cope with the constant G-forces of track work, take the place of the regular seats.
Mechanically, the GT-R Nismo runs a more powerful 441kW/650Nm version of the regular GT-R’s twin turbo V6 engine.
Aussie buyers, don’t get your cheque books out just yet - The standard GT-R Nismo isn’t offered here, leaving the N-Attack Package off the radar for Australia.
For starters Japan and North America will be the first two markets to offer the upgrade package, offered from factory in Japan, or installed by official Nismo installer, Steve Millen Sportsparts in the USA.
Nissan will also have a trio of Titan XD pickup trucks on display, one wearing products from Nissan’s own accessory range, another equipped with a Cummins engine, and fitted with a gooseneck tow hitch, while the third has been modified by SEMA and its members.
The 2015 SEMA show will be held in Las Vegas from the 3rd until the 6th of November.