June 02, 2017: Nissan launched the GT-R in India in December 2016 at a price tag of Rs 1.99 crore (ex-showroom, New Delhi). The GT-R launched in India is the updated version and not the one that was showcased at the 2016 Auto Expo, which (its Egoist edition) was also a part of Sachin Tendulkar s garage until recently. The GT-R can sprint from standstill to 100kmph in around 3 seconds with a top speed of 315.4 kmph. The GT-R is powered by a 3.8-litre twin turbo V6 engine that churns a power output of 570PS at 6,400rpm and 632Nm of torque in-between 3,200 to 5,800rpm. The aesthetic updates on the 2017 version include a set of new bumpers at either end, the family V-Motion grille, and a set of new wheels along with a redesigned cabin.
Nissan GT-R price list (Variant)
- A supercar that can seat 4, albeit snugly.
- Value-for-money. Offers performance that can match the abilities of cars that cost twice as much.
- Jaw-dropping performance. 570PS, V6 engine propels the car from 0-100kmph in 3 seconds!
- Impeccably engineered. One of the best handling cars money can buy.
- Owners may find it too silent.
- Premium, high-octane fuel required like most supercars. Limits usability in countries like India.
- Interior is functional. No wow factor for a car this expensive.
Hand-built engine that gives you blistering performance.
ATTESA E-TS all-wheel drive technology that offers great grip and improves performance off the line.
The GT-R is an example of automotive engineering at its best. It’s a legend that lives up to its name and offers extreme performance for the money.
“At its price of Rs 1.99 crore ex-showroom Delhi, it offers good value even at an exorbitant price.”
So if you want one and have the money for it, you don’t need our word to get one!
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