Vehicles of various models have always been popular in movies. In terms of features, the Nissan GT-R packs six airbags, 20-inch alloys, Bose audio system with 11 speakers and black, red, ivory or tan leather seats & interior, among others. Nissan introduced the GT-R in 2009, making it one of the oldest cars in this quickly changing segment.
As Nissan began to tap that desirability, special editions began to emerge, and these are some of the most special Japanese-made cars in history. A common modification is to install the two scoops in the front bumper from the Nismo model and to remove the screen from in front of the intercooler, as a feature of the Nismo cars, as is a small front spoiler on the leading edge of the hood.
The GT-R's power comes from a twin-turbocharged V6 that's connected to a six-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission and AWD. These engines are far removed from their supposed 276hp factory outputs, that figure being the one notionally adhered to by the major Japanese manufacturers as part of a gentlemen's agreement to curb spiralling horsepower figures.
A softer, leather trimmed M-Spec variant is offered alongside the popular V-Spec I and II models, which are equipped with front and (carbonfibre) rear diffusers, an adjustable rear wing, and enhanced functionality for the dash-mounted display. Between 1969 and 1974, and again between 1989 and 2002, Nissan produced a high performance version of its Skyline coupe called the Nissan Skyline GT-R.
Nissan also made the GT-R's sills wider, gave the 20-inch wheels a new design, and added functional vents near the GT-R's exhaust tips. BMW's M5 is probably the closest thing the Skyline has to a rival, but even this car doesn't carry the urban kudos the GT-R exudes.
The air dams in the front bumper as well as vertically stretched have headlamps with projector units and LED daytime running lamps do add some aggressiveness to the supercar when viewed from the front. The immense power and capability of the Nissan GT-R comes with a level of safety, control, and convenience Nissan Skyline GT-R features designed to inspire confidence every moment you're behind the wheel.
Whilst the Sierras light up their rear tyres in laptime-killing wheelspin, the Skylines just grip and grip and grip, maximising the RB26's huge firepower to catapult them down the straights. Nissan GT-R price, as vastly expected, is Rs. 1.99 Crore (Ex-Showroom) in the Indian market.