A Nissan GT-R was able to reach a top speed of 183 mph (294.8 km/h) on the frozen Lake Baikal in Russia.
A Nissan GT-R was able to reach a top speed of 183 mph (294.51 km/h) on the frozen Lake Baikal in Russia.
It took down the speed record on natural ice in Russia with a production car as the GT-R driven by Roman Rusinov had no modifications. Lake Bakal is a rift lake located in the south of the Russian region of Siberia, with a 395.2-mile (636 km) length and an area of 12.248 square miles (31,722 km2).
While that might not be as impressive as the Bentley Continental Supersports with its 205.48 mph (330.695 km/h) top speed or the Nokian Tyres-fitted Audi RS6 which achieved 208.60 mph (335.713 km/h), this is still a notable performance for the Nissan GT-R.