Gran Turismo Series Producer Kazunori Yamauchi drives the latest Nissan GT-Rs in Germany

Gran Turismo Series Producer Kazunori Yamauchi drives the latest Nissan GT-Rs in Germany

During a recent trip to Europe, Kazunori Yamauchi, founder and CEO of Polyphony Digital, producer of legendary PlayStation racing game Gran Turismo, met with Nissan to enjoy the most current Nissan GT-R Track Edition and Nissan GT-R NISMO.
For the very first time, he took the latest GT-Rs out on the famed German Autobahn and country roads around Nurburgring.

Nissan documented Yamauchi’s day of driving, as he shared his impressions and experiences in real-time.

Many Nissan models, past and present, have featured in the Gran Turismo games since the series was first introduced in 1997.

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