But we can't help but to share the wonders of its technology, the latest of which is a speed-limiter which is controlled by the car's Satellite Navigations system.
The Japanese variant is speed-limited to 180km/h, which is more than you'd need, unless you want to track the car - and being a race-bred supercar, you'd be mad not to take your new GT-R on track.
Nissan of course, was aware of this, so they built a speed-limiter which is connected to the car's GPS system, the GPS will send a signal to the car's ECU to disable the 180km/h limit when it detects the car has entered a race track! How cool is that?
It is highly unlikely the GPS->speed-limiter system will be activated for Australian delivered GT-Rs. However locally sold variants are more than likely to have their speed-limit set higher than 180km/h.