The Nissan GT-R debuted in 2007 as a giant slayer. It packed crazy horsepower, was faster around the infamous Nürburgring race track than Porsches and Lamborghinis alike and set a new standard for value in the performance car world.

Since then, the competition has come a long way. Porsche, Chevy, Mercedes and others have continued pushing the boundaries of what sports cars can do. The GT-R, meanwhile, has yet to receive a ground-up redesign. It’s still wickedly fast and a good value, but it’s not the leader it once was.

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How Long Can Nissan Market The Ancient GT-R As A Value Super Car?

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