Unlike the comparison made by Autocar UK between the 2012 M5 F10 and 2012 facelift Nissan GT-R R35, where the two cars were put face to face in terms of performance times, Chris Harris tries a different type of comparison by getting into light the best features these two have to offer on the market today. I already wrote some time ago about Chris’s first short review of the BMW M5 F10: http://www.bmw-post.com/2011/10/02/evo-reviews-the-new-m5/
This time is a full long video about the things he loves about both the M5 and GT-R. None one can deny the fact that the GT-R is a wonderful machine. It may not offer the same level of feeling and passion like a Ferrari 458 Italia (the best supercar in my opinion), but they way it grips to the road, the kick of the acceleration and launch control make it a pure time to time performance car.
I invite you also to watch the below youtube video, where you can see why I also think the GT-R is an engineering masterpiece. Just notice how this car feels on a normal real road, in this case the Stelvio pass, which was made popular by the Top Gear tv show. The GT-R just goes like it would have glue on the wheels.