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Video: Nissan does some crazy, cool stuff sometimes. Most of it is related to the GT-R, a barnstorming all-wheel-drive supercar that can sprint from zero to 100km/h in well under three seconds.

Its latest stunt is the perfect cross-over between real life and video games, though -- the company hooked up a GT-R with servomotors and robotics to control steering, acceleration, braking and gearshifts, and then made all that run through a PlayStation 4 controller.

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Nissan Australia has brought a brand new monster to our shores. Japan’s infamous supercar slayer (and a supercar in its own right) known as the 2017 R35 GT-R made its official debut on Philip Island a fortnight ago, and we were given the all clear to give Godzilla a steer.