Nissan’s GT-R has been fetled by Japanese company Power House Amuse to the tune of 602bhp. The company, who are famous for their take on the previous generations of Nissan Skylines, appear to be unphased by the Japanese governments attepts to crack-down on tuned cars. The cars figures are 602 hp at 6,500 rpm and 571 lb-ft of torque at 5,300 rpm which is far above that of more exotic machinery.
It’s achieved by removing the speed limiter and increasing the boost and replacing the exhaust with a titanium unit. New suspension, Recaro Racing seats and steering wheel decrease weight by 100 pounds. All this modification does however void the warranty. Sadly this is the last car to be built by Power House Amuse under their president Hideki Tanabe as we learned this morning that he passed away on the 20th September. No word yet on a successor but whoever it is will have a strong reputation to maintain.