Litchfield Motors to show 1300bhp Nissan GT-R at Goodwood Festival of Speed
LM1 RS features clever Bilstein suspension tech
Litchfield Motors is to demo its 1300bhp LM1 RS Nissan GT-R at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. The car features the same GT-R Race suspension as that of the car we tested on 2016 Track Car of the Year.
Originally developed by Bilstein for a one make Nismo championship in Japan, the suspension is now sold exclusively to Litchfield customers. It uses a combination of Eibach competition springs and Bilstein Clubsport dampers and was tested and developed on the Litchfield LM1 RS track car we drove last year.
Subscribe to evo magazine
evo is 21 and to celebrate, we're returning to 1998 prices! Subscribe now to SAVE 39% on the shop price and get evo for its original cover price of £3.00 an issue, plus get a FREE gift worth £25!
The 1300bhp car itself will be appearing on stand 14 at the Goodwood Festival of Speed for those who want to see it. The suspension kit itself costs from £3,995 and is available to order now.
>Read our Nissan GT-R review
If you'd like to see it in action on Litchfield's savage 1300bhp GT-R, watch the video above.
Toyota GR Yaris revealed in full – return of the homologation special
One of most sought after hot hatchbacks of 2020 has finally been revealed: the Toyota GR Yaris
10 Jan 2020
New 2020 Honda Civic Type R makes debut at Tokyo Auto Salon
Honda has released the first images of the revised Civic Type R that’s being shown for the first time in Tokyo
10 Jan 2020
BMW X3 M 2020 review – the right ingredients in a very wrong package
The first BMW X3 M previews the next BMW M3’s all-new powertrain, let's hope it doesn’t preview anything else
8 Jan 2020
Hyundai i30 N versus Hyundai i30 TCR
Can Dickie Meaden beat Steve Sutcliffe in a straight(ish) race? We sent them to the Circuit Nuvolari with a pair of Hyundai i30 Ns to find out.
20 Sep 2019