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The 1999 Nissan Skyline GT-R (R34) is a 2-door all-wheel drive sports car in the Ultimate Driving Universe which was produced from 1989 to 2002. It was replaced with its predecessor in the Racing Update in 2018, However it made a reappearance in the Vehicle Overhaul update.

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This car is the first public vehicle created by Hydrolock and the first fully-released Japanese model in the UDU, and for a while it was the only Japanese vehicle in the game before the mesh update added cars such as the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X and Toyota Sprinter Trueno (AE86). The Skyline is also the second vehicle capable of going over 120 MPH (193 KM/H).

Before the mesh update, the Skyline was the only sports car with a rear seat (boosting the total seats to 5), despite being a coupe. However, you may need to jump through the roof to access the rear seat. Therefore, the Skyline once was able to carry 5 people, which was unique among other sports cars, but the mesh update made it a 2-seat model.

In real life, the car is powered by the Nissan's iconic RB26DETT engine, a twin-turbocharged 2.6L inline-6 engine that was restricted to 280 PS, or 276 hp, but unrestricted was capable of reaching over 300 bhp.

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Trivia Edit

  • The Skyline in-game has a unique engine sound based on the RB26DETT engine that powers the car in real life, which has led to players asking for more cars with unique engine sounds.
  • The Skyline engine noise used to be unique but after the One:1 got buffed they now share the same noise.
  • This vehicle was the only Japanese model that had a brick version.
  • The mesh version of the Skyline is missing its badging, unlike most other vehicles that received new mesh models.
  • The Skyline uses left-hand drive despite the fact that the car has never been produced and sold outside of Japan (excluding imports).
  • The spoiler for the Skyline R34 in real life can be "manually" adjusted (not in-game)
  • This car got replaced by its older counterpart, the R33, but was added back alongside the R33 in the 2019 vehicle overhaul update.
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