Nissan's GT-R has long been hailed as the 'supercar slayer' for its break-neck performance. This two-door, four-seater coupe from Nissan is a legend by itself and as a brand, is over five decades old. In its latest avatar, the GT-R is powered by a 3.8-litre twin-turbo V6 engine that dishes out a healthy 570PS of power and 637Nm of torque. All that power is harnessed by a 6-speed dual clutch automatic gearbox, that sends power to all four wheels via Nissan's fabled ATTESA all-wheel drive system. This results in some truly mind-boggling numbers — 0-100kmph takes just 2.9 seconds, whereas top speed is rated at a whopping 311kmph!
The GT-R is touted to be an everyday supercar. This means it's quick enough on the racetrack and comfortable enough to be driven straight back home. Features of the GT-R include plush leather upholstery, an 8.0-inch touchscreen paired with an 11-speaker Bose audio system, and active noise cancellation. There's a gamut of safety features too that include 6 airbags, traction control, and vehicle dynamic control (VDC).
At Rs 1.99 Crore (ex-showroom, Delhi) it offers performance alike cars that cost nearly thrice as much.
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Hypercar killing performacne, Tech and gizmos, looks, legendary history and brand recognition
None really. Unless you are a brand snob.
The Nissan GT-R is the ultimate supercar killer at a reasonable price. The Japanese supercar will appeal to the young supercar buyer who prefers sheer power over a luxury brand
Makes a potentially record-breaking three square kilometre large map outline of India
The Godzilla, into the 10th year of its being, churns out a mindboggling 570PS of max power and 633Nm of peak torque
Was previously slated to be launched in November. Booking for the much awaited supercar killer is already underway