The 2002 Skyline Nür marked the end of the
R34 GTR. The GTR Nür was available in both the V-spec II
M-spec models. The name Nür stands for Nürburging, which
is the track the car was tested on in development.
In total 1000
Skyline R34 GTR Nür were made, 250 were M-Spec Nürs'
and 750 V-Spec II Nürs'. 2002 Skyline Nür featured an
improved RB26DETT which was based on the N1 racing engine. The
standard turbochargers were
upgraded to larger versions which allowed tuners to increase the
boost safely with standard turbos up to
340 kW (450 hp)
Japanese law at the time meant the car was advertised
as having 206 kW (276 hp) but actually had over 246 kW
(330 hp), Nissan only produced 1000 of these specially prepared