Nissan GT-R (R35)


Nissan GT-R R35 WMMT5
Length: 4655mm
Width: 1895mm
Height: 1360mm
Top Speed: 351km/h
Gears: 6
Drivetrain: AWD
Turbo Sound Type: Type B "Scchann"

Stock Colours:

Ultimate Metal Silver

Nissan GT-R (R35) Ultimate Metal Silver

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Titanium Gray

Nissan GT-R (R35) Titanium Gray

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Brilliant White Pearl

Nissan GT-R (R35) Brilliant White Pearl

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Vibrant Red

Nissan GT-R (R35) Vibrant Red

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Dark Metal Gray

Nissan GT-R (R35) Dark Metal Gray

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Super Black

Nissan GT-R (R35) Super Black

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Unlockable Colours:

None 🙁

Dress Up:
None 🙁
Godzilla in one of its finest forms. The Nissan GT-R R35 was released as a new model in Wangan Midnight Maximum Tune 3DX+.

Despite the increased size over the already big R34, the R35's overall performance makes up for it in spades.

With a top speed of 351km/h and unbelievable final gear boost, it can be an absolute monster. In time attack especially it sees great success across the board, even in tighter courses like Hakone.

It can however suffer from bad visibility in combination with its large dimensions. Large cars in general tend to be more tough to judge accurately.

Contact performance is overall quite good but its very wide and the rear hitbox tends to be a bit too round, leading to some less than desirable interactions when getting pressured. The front hitbox is also rounded to a fault, and it often means you can't close a gap when you need to.

Many people would describe it as feeling 'soft', and that's not too far away from the truth. The R34 is overall superior when it comes to contact performance as a result. But the R35 comes into its own when you utilise its amazing boost and handling.

Its no pushover when it comes to weight either, so its definitely no slouch in battle. But I would say that R35, as good as it is, sees more success in Time Attack.

PROS: - The best functional top speed and acceleration in the game. - Time attack monster on high speed courses, high potential everywhere. - Great size, boost recovery and good contact performance.

CONS: - The lack of dress up and unlockable colours might be a deal breaker for some. - Bad visibility and just big enough to be fairly difficult to drive well.

FINAL WORDS: If you can get over the big size and the lack of customisation, its one of the highest performing cars in the game. Highly recommended.