The GT-R version of the tenth-generation Skyline (R34) was launched in January 1999. As with the R32 and R33, it performed well on the circuit, and in the 2002 Japan GT Championships it provided much excitement for its fans.
Nissan Skyline R34’s top version is basically an evolution of the old R33 GT-R, but with a much sharper design and a truly improved chassis, making this the best Skyline GT-R ever and, in comparison to other sports cars, one of the fastest cars in the world:
To develop an engine that generates high power/torque of more than 368 kw (500ps)/540 N/m (55 kg/m) and provide the high durability required for road-driven cars. The techniques and knowledge that NISMO accumulated throughout years of racing have been adoped into the Z2 engine resulting in quality that some may even find extreme for a road driven vehicle.