The Mine's R32 GT-R is a heavily upgraded model featuring the N1 engine specification from Group N racing vehicles. Mine's also offered upgrades for all succeeding model generations of the GT-R such as the R34 and the newer R35.
The Mine's R32 GT-R boasts 621 hp (630 PS; 463 kW) and 455 ft·lb (617 Nm) of torque, which are drastically higher than seen on the production model. Its RB26DETT N1 codenamed inline-six engine was developed by Nismo, Nissan's performance division, for racing and is upgraded with numerous parts, most notably a pair of HKS GT2530 turbochargers and a Mine's ECU with a 600cc fuel injector kit.
To cope with the high increase of power, the Mine's R32 GT-R uses the active limited-slip differential from the R33 as well as reinforced suspension components and brakes. By comparison, the exterior was only lightly modified as it only includes 17" wheels and custom mirrors as upgrades.