Just went by the Nissan Dealership and saw my first GTR. That is one big car but I thought it was better looking in person than in the photos. The funny thing is they marked it up 50K OVER MSRP. I just laughed and said that was a little optimistic. -eek-
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I saw one at Road Atlanta earlier this month (not on the track). I was quite disappointed by its looks. It did draw a crowd, being the first one most had seen. I had a difficult time convincing my girlfriend that it was anything special. :shrug:
The angry guy in the video summed it up exactly. It is great in every way except looks + no soul. I guess for someone who wants to be more in control of the car as opposed to the car in control of them, also a negative.
They just focused 100% on performance and forgot people like nice looking cars.