2013 Nissan Skyline

The 11th generation Skyline (V35) was a major turning point for the nameplate, as it dropped the Skyline's trademark characteristics such as the straight-6 engine and turbocharging, eventually separated the GT-R into its own line, and moved to V6-engined era, this decision which extended to all later Skylines. Nissan decided to position the Skyline for the luxury-sport market, while its platform-mate, the 350Z, revived the Z line of pure sports cars. The V35 was the first Skyline made for export to North America, being sold under Nissan's luxury marque Infiniti as the G35. The Skyline (V36/J50) is sold in Europe, North America, South Korea, Taiwan, and the Middle East as the Infiniti G37.

April 11, 2010 saw a world record for the biggest ever Nissan Skyline meet and the most ever officially recognized on a track in the Guinness Book of World Records. This took place at Silverstone, United Kingdom at the ISTS event.
Nissan Skyline 2013
 Nissan Skyline 2013
 Nissan Skyline 2013
 Nissan Skyline 2013
 Nissan Skyline 2013
 Nissan Skyline 2013
 Nissan Skyline 2013
 Nissan Skyline 2013
 Nissan Skyline 2013
 Nissan Skyline 2013
 Nissan Skyline 2013
 Nissan Skyline 2013
 Nissan Skyline 2013
 Nissan Skyline 2013
 Nissan Skyline 2013
 Nissan Skyline 2013
 Nissan Skyline 2013
 Nissan Skyline 2013
 Nissan Skyline 2013
 Nissan Skyline 2013
 Nissan Skyline 2013
Nissan Skyline 2013

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  2. I like Nissan skyline. The 11th generation Skyline (V35) was a major turning point for the nameplate. But i will recommended to all for compare new cars from IBB.

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