Nissan has released a video recorded while testing the GT-R Nismo fitted with the N-Attack Package at Fuji Speedway.

Nissan has released a video recorded while testing the GT-R Nismo fitted with the N-Attack Package at Fuji Speedway.

When Nissan revealed the GT-R Nismo back in November last year they said it’s the fastest volume production car around the Nürburgring but the car which established the 7:08.679 time wasn't quite standard. It was fitted with the "track options" which are part of an "N-Attack Package" that will be available for consumers in the near future.

Engineers from Nissan and Nismo tested a GT-R fitted with this kit earlier this month in Japan at the Fuji Speedway to do some fine-tuning of the components before putting them on sale. Those willing to pay more for the kit will receive four-way Öhlins adjustable dampers along with several aerodynamic bits and pieces making the car go faster around the corners.

A Nissan GT-R Nismo N-Attack Package also comes with a minor weight reduction, front limited-slip differential, carbon plate rear limited-slip differential, dedicated intercooler piping made from carbon and aluminum, as well as a different engine control management and traction control management. For more money clients will have the possibility of getting an optional titanium exhaust system.

There's also a larger rear wing, together with a carbon hood gurney, carbon front fenders and an add-on spoiler. For the interior cabin there are Recaro full bucket seats featuring a carbon shell, along with a dedicated carbon rear bulkhead and a rear seat finisher.

Nissan says pricing of the N-Attack Package will be announced closer to the kit's summer market release.