Nissan's most powerful car the Skyline GT-R. The Nissan GT-R interiors can be availed in four shades: Red, Tan, Ivory and Black. The handcrafted Nissan GT-R supercar is priced at Rs 2.12 crore (ex-showroom Noida). For the GT-R diehards, the R34 GT-R Z-Tune represents the ultimate model of the greatest generation of the GT-R.
36 The pre-2011 GT-R currently holds a lap time of 1:19.7 around the Top Gear Test Track , with the 2012 GT-R holding a time of 1:17.8, equaling the Pagani Zonda Roadster F (Clubsport Version)'s time from 2008, one second slower than the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport one year before, and being the fastest Japanese car to lap the track.
The mad, cartoonish silhouette racers of the early part of the following decade were confined to their homeland, and anyone who's driven a virtual Group 5 Tomica Skyline on Gran Turismo will attest to the ‘interesting' handling of that particular car.
While high-performance Skylines had existed in the interim, the introduction of a host of new go-fast goodies allowed Nissan to resurrect the more extreme badge for use on the new car. An 11-year-old car model could be considered ancient, but when I arrive at the dealership, the sight of the GT-R still makes me purse my lips and inhale sharply.
Nissan's chassis engineers have succeeded where Mitsubishi's conspicuously failed in making a large car with a high level of techno-involvement fun to drive. The refreshed 2017 model features 20 additional horsepower and four more lb-ft. And you can pretty much thank its third generation - the turbocharged and all-wheel-drive and R32, R33 and R34 series released between 1989 and 2002 - for all of the kudos.
On the other, dead stock the 240SX a recipe for fun right off the bat, offering a perfect balance of features: it's a lightweight, sleek rear-wheel drive fastback with excellent all-independent suspension and a torquey inline four. If not, make sure that the car's specification corresponds to the age it purports to be. Import cars have often led a chequered history, Nissan Skyline GT-R and as we have seen, proper UK Skyline experts are rare.
As a supercar with no mind for practicality, the Nissan GT-R does amazingly well at making its passengers comfortable. The Nissan GT-R sources its power from the now-iconic 3.6-litre twin turbo V6 petrol engine. Of torque from its 3.8-liter twin-turbo V-6 for a total of 565 and 467, respectively; new performance figures haven't been published, but the outgoing model can hit 0-60 in 2.7 seconds, which is well into supercar territory.