Nissan GT-R Features, Specifications and Release Date in India

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Nissan GT-R

Japan’s creation Nissan GT-R has evolved to become one of the fastest and yet highly practical supercars of all time. Compared with Porsche 911 killer at the time of its launch, this super car is ruling the world since 2007. Nissan GT-R is the successor of the Nissan Skyline, but no longer is part of the Skyline range. Nissan always introducing yearly updates with more power and upgraded mechanicals and now, it is finally planning to bring the GT-R to India by the end of this year to take on the Porsche 911 Turbo.


Nissan GT-R Engine

The GT-R is powered by a 3.8-litre V6 engine and may not sound like a lot in super-car spacificaton. Nissan has backed this highly advanced engine with two turbochargers to get the result of 542bhp of power and 612Nm of torque. a 6-speed automatic gearbox for the most effective all-wheel drive system ever. The car got advanced all-wheel drive system that allows the 1.8-tonne vehicle to accelerate from 0-100 kmph in well under 3 seconds and gives it immense grip around the corners. The car recorded a top speed of 195.0 mph (313.8 km/h).

Nissan GT-R Exterior and Interior

Nissan GT-R is all about speed. keeping the design as aerodynamic as possible jet fighter-style canopy, striking multi spoke alloys and that massive rear wing gives the car the most posh look possible.  the traditional four-ring  is being its ultimate highlight of its exterior. The interior is all about high-tech sensors monitoring for even the slightest movement of the car. The four-seater Nissan GT-R is the last name when it comes to the word ‘comfort’.


Nissan has advanced the Air Bag System that includes dual-stage supplemental front air bags with seat belt sensors and an occupant-classification sensor. The inflation rate of these dual-stage air bags can adjust the dependability on crash severity and seat belt usage.

Nissan GNT-R is coming to India in this festive season or better to say this October and will face a competition with the Porsche 911 range. The GT-R, in fact, will compete against the 911 Turbo. With a expected Price of 1.60 – 1.90Cr Nissan GNT-R is set to rule the roads of India this October.

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