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Discussion in 'Gran Turismo 5' started by the_hero_ricky, Jan 15, 2011.
They're actually both considered Japanese :x
Yes, but one is based on the USDM 350Z while the other is based on the JDM Fairlady Z.
The JDM version has about 100 more horsepower, which definitely seems a little biased to me.
This is actually a very good performer at the GT3 or "GR.3" class [as known in GT Sport]. Tuned for 525 HP and 1150 kg = 607 PP this car can do 185 mph in the standing mile, 27.167 seconds, a 6.4 sec 0-100 mph and 11.047 sec quarter-mile, all average for GT3 racecars. As of 2010 a GT300 version was still winning races and championships in Japan (Mola and Hashemi teams), this Gran Turismo version is a decent avatar for the real cars. I never used this much back in they day but it's fun at all tracks and i find it easy to meet real GT3 times, ie 8:07 Nurburgring V time attacks in GT5