Nissan GT-R POV Video on the Winding Roads Near Monaco Is the Stuff of Dreams

The roads leading up from the world's most famous principality offer some of the best driving experiences you could ask for. Stunning views for the passenger and very demanding conditions for the driver make this area ideal for trying out sports cars.
Nissan GT-R POV in Monaco 1 photo
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Get out of the city and, before you know it, you'll be driving on the same roads that host World Rally Championship special trials, enjoying every minute of it. The only downside to all this is that people wanting to test their cars aren't the only ones attracted to these parts: those who want to put their legs to the test flock here as well, so you're very likely to run into a lot of cyclists. With plenty of blind corners and very few straight lines, going too fast can be a dangerous thing.

However, you don't need to go too fast to have fun, especially when you're in a car that sounds as good as the Nissan GT-R and you've got your window rolled down. A nice weather and a full tank of gas is really all you need because those who built these roads took care of the rest. And if you won't go during the height of the season, you'll find them relatively empty, as the locals are too busy milking cows and making fromage to be out there driving.

So you've got yourself a Nissan GT-R, the famous Japanese sports car that was king of acceleration for so long, these wonderful winding strips of asphalt in front and not a chance for rain to ruin your party. How could things get any better than this? I'll tell you: running into a group of sports cars modified by PP-Performance that just happened to be in the area. So now you're not just listening to the engine and exhaust notes of the Godzilla, but also those of a handful of tuned sports cars. As they say, the more, the merrier.

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