In February 2002, Nissan launched a final production model of the R34 GT-R called the Skyline GT-R V·Spec II Nür and the Skyline GT-R M·Spec Nür. The Nür was named after the famous German Nürburgring racetrack, where the Skyline was developed. In total, 1,003 units of the R34 GT-R Nür and only 285 were M·Spec Nürs.
The Nür model featured an improved RB26DETT based on the N1 racing engine. The standard turbochargers were upgraded to larger versions with a slight boost, and the ceramic blades were replaced with steel versions.
the Nür models also included a different color of the interior trim’s stitching, a speedometer reading up to 300 km/h (186 mph), gold valve covers instead of red, and a gold VIN plate instead of silver. Due to Japanese car industry norms at the time, the car was advertised as having 206 kW (280 PS; 276 hp) but it actually had over 246 kW (334 PS; 330 hp) when it left the factory.