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Quick Facts about Nissan GT-R
Nissan GT-R, a Coupe has 1 versions available in India. GT-R has 1 Petrol Car. Nissan GT-R comes in 7 colors, namely Gun Metallic, Katsura Orange, Pearl Black, Pearl Blue, Pearl White, Ultimate Silver and Vibrant Red.

Nissan GT-R Price in Popular Cities

Delhi Delhi 2.45 Crores Arrow
Mumbai Mumbai 2.44 Crores Arrow
Bangalore Bangalore 2.66 Crores Arrow
Pune Pune 2.43 Crores Arrow
Chennai Chennai 2.55 Crores Arrow
Kolkata Kolkata 2.35 Crores Arrow

Nissan GT-R Colours

Gun (Metallic)
Katsura Orange
Pearl Black
Pearl Blue
Pearl White
Ultimate Silver
Vibrant Red

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Summary

Considered by many to be a Porsche 911 killer at the time of its launch, the Nissan GT-R has evolved to become one of the fastest and yet highly practical supercars of all time. What’s even more impressive is the fact that developments on this all-wheel drive coupe have never really slowed down, with Nissan introducing yearly updates with more power and upgraded mechanicals. Also known as the Godzilla, the GT-R has finally arrived in India.

The Nissan GT-R pits itself against the Porsche 911 Turbo, the Maserati GT, the Jaguar F-type R Coupe and the Aston Martin V8 Vantage in India. It competes with the Porsche for being one of the easiest supercars to live with, even daily.

The 3799 cc Petrol - powered variant delivers a fuel economy of 8 kmpl in city and 10 kmpl on highways.

Given its legacy, it comes as no surprise that the interior of the R35 generation GT-R is a tech-fest full of computers and high-tech sensors monitoring even the tiniest movements of the car. The dashboard is dominated by a massive screen that displays all the functions of the car. The GT-R may be termed as a four-seater but it essentially features a 2+2 configuration, meaning, the rear seats are best reserved only for short journeys.

The safety net in the GT-R consists of six airbags, body construction with impact absorbing zones, vehicle dynamic control, traction control and of course ABS and EBD.

The GT-R is all about sheer speed. As a result, from the overall design to the smallest details, Nissan has focused on keeping the design as aerodynamic as possible. While the uninspiring look of the front-end isn’t the most impressive piece of design in the supercar world, the GT-R makes up for it with its jet fighter-style canopy, striking multi spoke alloys and that massive rear wing. Lastly, the signature Skyline look at the rear is courtesy the traditional four-ring taillights, while air flow below the vehicle is handled by the carbon fibre underbody diffuser.

The GT-R is powered by a 3.8-litre V6 engine. Now it may not sound like a lot in the supercar space, however, Nissan has backed this highly advanced engine with two turbochargers. The end result is 542bhp of power and 612Nm of torque. All of that grunt is delivered on to the road via a 6-speed automatic gearbox and what’s probably the most effective all-wheel drive system ever. The super advanced all-wheel drive system in the GT-R allows this 1.8-tonne vehicle to accelerate from 0-100kmph in well under 3 seconds and gives it immense grip around the corners.

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