It is 60 kg lighter than the base GT-R and is equipped with a high gear boost controller, black rims, altered brakes and suspension. Nissan started production in 2009 and ended in 2011.
Need for Speed: Shift
The Nissan GT-R SpecV appears in Need for Speed: Shift as a tier 3 car with a price tag of $225,000 and 11.90 car rating. It is unlocked upon collecting 80 stars and is incapable of a Works conversion.
The SpecV benefits from an all-wheel drive configuration, which allows it to exit corners at high speeds without any difficulties. It is one of the most controllable cars in the game and is faster than a stock Nissan GT-R and other similarly ranging cars with a RWD drivetrain in terms of acceleration.
Need for Speed: World
The handling of the SpecV is superior to the standard R35 GT-R. Its steering lacks the agility of higher rated A Class cars such as the Porsche 911 Carrera S, as it is prone to understeer at high corner entry speeds, although this drawback can be avoided by appropriate braking. It has a moderately powerful nitrous boost.
Apart from that, its acceleration is typical for most high-performance A Class cars. Standard top speed is 191 mph (307 km/h). The SpeedBoost variant is capable of reaching 203 mph (327 km/h).
The SpecV can keep up with more nimble A Class cars in non-difficult race tracks, that allow it to reach its top speed. Otherwise, it is useful in pursuit events like the standard GT-R because of its weight.
Ultimate Opal Black
|The Ultimate Opal Black style is an Amerikon Speedsystems performance tuned speedboost car that costs 4500. It was initially made available on October 31st, 2011 as a top-up gift, and was later made available in the car dealer on February 15th, 2012.
|The Red style is a rotationally available stock cash car that costs 1,275,000. It was made available on September 18th, 2012.
On May 14th, 2015, its price was lowered from 1,700,000 as part of the End of the World event.
|The Snowzilla style is a drag car that costs 4700. It was initially released on December 24th, 2012 as a redeemable gift to the community for completing the "Home for the Holidays" challenge. It was later made available in the car dealer on December 24th, 2014.
|The Unlimited AWD style is a drag car that can only be obtained via the Car Prize Pack. It was released on February 20th, 2013.
Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit (2010)
The racer vehicle is unlocked upon the player earning a total of 545,000 racer bounty. The SCPD unit is unlocked upon the player earning a total of 545,000 cop bounty.
In corners, the GT-R SpecV is somewhat prone to understeer due to its heavy all-wheel drive system. On the other hand, this trait makes it useful for ramming police vehicles.
|Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit (2010) - Statistics|
|Earn 545,000 racer bounty||Super Series||CLASSIFIED||CLASSIFIED||AWD|
|Earn 545,000 cop bounty||Rapid Deployment||485 bhp @ 6,400 rpm||CLASSIFIED||2009|
Shift 2: Unleashed
The Nissan GT-R SpecV appears in Shift 2: Unleashed as a Modern Road car with a price tag of $170,000. It has a B 1150 performance index rating and 4.56 handling rating.
Upon defeating Jamie Campbell-Walter in the Modern A League Championship, the Nissan GT-R SpecV "JCW" Edition will become available. It has a top speed of 209 mph (336 km/h) with acceleration from 0-60 mph in 2.5 seconds and brakes from 60-0 mph in 2.86 seconds. Handling rating is 4.69.
Need for Speed: The Run
The Nissan GT-R SpecV appears in Need for Speed: The Run as a tier 4 car and "NFS Edition" variant, which is classed as a tier 6 car. Both the standard variant and "NFS Edition" variant are unlocked by default.
The tier 4 variant has a competitive handling (rated "Easy") and fast acceleration. It is somewhat faster than the standard GT-R (R35) but has a slightly lower top speed.
The tier 6 variant has a top speed of 241mph (388 km/h), goes from 0-60mph in 2.6 seconds and has a "Normal" handling rating. The main strength of this version is acceleration. It performs well in corners and reaches an above average top speed.
- The Nissan GT-R SpecV produces more horsepower than the Nissan GT-R in Need for Speed: The Run, although both share the same power output in real life.
- In Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit (2010), there is an award for acquiring any medal in the Speed Enforcement event "Run To The Hills" whilst driving a GT-R SpecV without using any weapons.
- Once Works upgraded in Shift 2: Unleashed, it resembles the JCW Edition of the car but with a larger spoiler.