Nissan GT-R Nismo N Attack revealed at SEMA show

Nissan GT-R Nismo N Attack revealed at SEMA show

The Nissan GT-R Nismo N Attack package has been unveiled at the SEMA show as an official aftermarket pack for the GT-R Nismo.

The N Attack package includes suspension and aerodynamic upgrades to aid GT-R drivers in track-based driving, should they wish to emulate Nissan’s record-breaking 7m 8.679sec Nürburgring lap.

A large rear spoiler and bodywork tweaks help to increase downforce on the GT-R Nismo while suspension upgrades optimise the current setup to cope with uneven track surfaces at high speed. Bucket seats are also included, to hold the driver in place while being subjected to high g-forces when cornering.

The package is manufactured at the Nismo Omori Factory, while Steve Millen Sportparts, owned by former Nissan racing driver Steve Millen, was chosen to distribute the N Attack package.

Although its primary aim is to optimise the track performance of GT-R Nismo models, the package will be offered in both track-focused and a more street-friendly guise.