A 2009 Nissan GT-R tuned to 1100 hp was clocked at 235 mph at the Jhonny Bohmer Proving Grounds in Florida. It achieved a staggering 235.626 mph or just under 380 km/h over the 2.7 mile test track.
The Jhonny Bohmer Proving Grounds has a 3 mile long concrete runway with 1000 ft of asphalt runoff on each end. It is one of the flattest runways in the world making it ideal for testing out the top speed of cars such as this heavily modified Nissan GT-R. As much as we’d like to know, JBPG hasn’t provided any more details about the Nissan GT-R. Still, here’s the video of the run:
Earlier this month, a stock McLaren 720S broke its own official top speed record at the test track. It clocked 215 mph, whereas McLaren claims that it will top out at 212 mph. In past, hypercars like the Bugatti Chiron and McLaren P1 have also been tested here.