Nissan and Russian production company LAV have set out in a joint attempt to break the world land speed record on natural ice in a production car. The choice of car is of course the Nissan GT-R.
To demonstrate the GT-R’s all-terrain performance, there is no better place to do this other than the Baikal Lake in Russia. Its slippery icy surface is best suited to test out the GT-R’s excellent all-wheel-drive grip. With 410 kW of power and 632 Nm of torque on tap, the Nissan GT-R managed to set a new speed record on ice at 294.8 km/h. Check out the video below.