Nissan’s new chief engineer for the GT-R has spilled some details on the future plans for the world-beating performance machine. He said he’s looking to boost volumes while also focusing on quality and value. Sounds like a cheaper GT-R is in the works.
Video footage shows a scary situation where several cars all run a red light at an intersection in Los Angeles. It appears the drivers were all just fixated to the car in front and oblivious to their surroundings.
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