Car in game is beast in real life

While games like GTA and Spirits Row were always good at portraying realistic towns, people and backdrops, the cars were perhaps the most exciting features of the game.

The 1999 R34 Nissan Skyline was a dream for both car enthusiasts and gamers. When you were looking for speed in your game, the GT-R V-Spec was the way to go. And while they were fun to drive in the games, they were beasts in real life. At 15 ft long, 5.8 ft wide and 4.4 ft tall and equipped with a 2.6 liter twin turbo inline 6 engine, these cars were not to be played around with.

Watch the video for a look at the speed machine that dominated both the real and virtual world!

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