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This is a discussion on skyline in the us within the Comparison: WRX vs World forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; yep, the R34 is just Brutish.......

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    yep, the R34 is just Brutish....




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    I can't believe they restyled it that much, the R34 skyline was awesome in terms of style and performance.
    I have seen G35 in person, and it doesn't impress me at all. And I don't think they will ever produce a twin turbo version either (probably not even an AWD version.)

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    The company was in real trouble, so they had to cut stuff everywhere. Heck, just a few years ago they said the Z would never share a chassis with a sedan. Then they had to discontinue it. And the only way it's made it back is to share it's chassis with at least 3 other cars... 2 of them sedans.

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    Originally posted by mhoward1
    The R34 was the last Skyline GTR produced. It has been annouced it would be out of production for about a year now.

    The R35 GT-R Concept is just that. There will be a New GT-R, it's just not sure what will power it yet.

    BTW, the Skyline has not been discontinued, just the GT-R. The Jap Spec Skyline is our G35. The will get the new Skyline coupe about a month before we do.

    As far as Nissan bringing the new Skyline Gt-R (R35) over, it will be at the Infiniti dealerships anyways
    sorry that's what I meant... thanks for clearing it up I thought the GT-R was the only thing anyone is interested in anyway

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