The modern Nissan GT-R, produced since 1989, is an unparalleled piece of automotive technology that revolutionised sports car dynamics. This book explores the unique attributes of the Nissan GT-R, reviewing its invention and evolution from the 1950s to the present day. Racing genealogy of the GT-R is revealed, and the installation and development history of all the modern car's main features is examined, including an in-depth description of the revolutionary suspension and dynamics control systems. The book is based on a comparative analysis of GT-R models, and readers will discover many detailed technical specifications of GT-R models. The motorsport history of the GT-R reveals its competitive nature, exposing its strengths and weaknesses - its performance in the 24 hour Nurburgring race is particularly enlightening when comparing the car to other GTs. Featuring race results from ever year of the GT-R's participation in motorsport events, and with over 400 photos, diagrams and schema, this book is essential reading for sports car fans.