Nissan R34 V-Spec II Nür on auction – 10 km mileage

Nissan R34 V-Spec II Nür on auction – 10 km mileage

You’ve seen the V12-engined Supra, now here’s one more Nineties Japanese performance icon at the other end of the tuning scale – a completely factory-standard Nissan Skyline R34 GT-R with 10 km on its odometer, and will be awaiting the hammer by BH Auction at the Tokyo Auto Salon on January 12 next year.

Z-Tune notwithstanding, this particular R34 is one from the end of the model’s lifecycle, a V-Spec II Nür which was limited to a production run of just 1,000 units. Power comes from a 2.6 litre RB26DETT twin-turbo inline-six engine producing 280 PS, though that figure was certainly more representative of the gentleman’s agreement between manufacturers not to publish any greater figure, rather than a cap on actual output.

That claimed output figure was the same as when the R34 GT-R made its debut in 1999, though mechanical updates for improved durability featured in the N1 engine which is used in this V-Spec II Nür, including thicker cylinder walls, improved water channels, upgraded oil pump and water pump as well as stronger and better balanced connecting rods.

Nissan R34 V-Spec II Nür on auction – 10 km mileage

This engine, identifiable by its gold cam covers, also gained exhaust manifolds and turbochargers with higher flow rates for greater power and torque, while the turbochargers now contained steel turbines instead of the ceramic items in the original specification, which were lighter and thus more responsive, but also weaker and more brittle in high-power applications.

The V-Spec II Nür wears a carbon-fibre bonnet for reduced weight over its front axle, and is also specified with stiffer suspension for improved chassis responses as well as larger Brembo brakes for better deceleration. Interior changes specific to the V-Spec II Nür are minimal, such as the iridium-coloured trims.

Its mileage of an indicated 10 km is either a lottery find or gross under-utilisation, depending on one’s perspective. The price for the rarity that is this unmolested Japanese performance icon would be in the ballpark of 25 million to 30 million Japanese Yen (RM906,787 to RM1,088,144). Your take, dear readers? A Gran Turismo legend, or something more modern instead?

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Open roads and closed circuits hold great allure for Mick Chan. Driving heaven to him is exercising a playful chassis on twisty paths; prizes ergonomics and involvement over gadgetry. Spent three years at a motoring newspaper and short stint with a magazine prior to joining this website.



  • If this is in Millenium Jade, then it would be the perfect R34 GT-R.

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    • Unknown on Mar 12, 2018 at 6:38 pm

      Midnight purple is also nice. I’m more of a bayside blue kind of guy

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  • Ben Yap on Mar 12, 2018 at 4:20 pm

    reminds me of paul walker.

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  • BOYRACER on Mar 12, 2018 at 5:25 pm

    Compare this to the GT-R,the R34 will never able to compete in the all out performance stakes.However in my opinion,the R34 will always be remembered as the legendary icon of the nineties.And that’s saying something.

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    • R34 has higher tuning capabilities than R35. GTR is muzzled by its electronics net.

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      • johnissohai on Mar 13, 2018 at 10:52 am

        japanese car or proton better?

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        • In terms of tuning, a Satria Neo CPS has higher potential than GTR.

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      • stastasta on Mar 14, 2018 at 1:25 pm

        whats the world record quarter mile for r35 , compared with quarter mile record for satria ?

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  • vVivi Zurianti on Mar 12, 2018 at 7:47 pm

    Buy this 900k price-tag “virgin” car, then keep it stored to preserve its virginity.


    Buy this virgin car, and “deflower” it by driving it hard as the GTR was designed for.

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    • stastasta on Mar 14, 2018 at 1:26 pm

      if you plan to drive it hard, then you must be pretty stupid to buy the Nur spec instead of just a standard spec

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  • I would like to buy. Where can I buy from ?

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