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.
Outside, there are a few subtle clues that this was an extremely rare version of a classic sports car: red 432” badging on the flanks and hatch, unique mag-style wheels, and the signature vertically-stacked dual exhaust tips. GT-R's Electronic Brake force Distribution (EBD) monitors weight distribution and adjusts rear brake force to compensate for added weight from passengers or cargo.
Nismo models rip out the rear seat in the quest for lighter curb weight. Chalk that one up to the success of the Gran Turismo games franchise, the R34 Skyline becoming the poster car for a whole generation of Nineties teens who now have the means to buy the real thing.
Early cars are slightly lighter thanks to the addition of crash protection bars in the later models, and GT-R otaku will be able to spot generational changes by differences in the projector headlights, but the lion's share of R32s are roughly physically the same.
As a result, although it costs about as much as a Porsche 911 , pound-for-pound, it'll annihilate the German car on a race track - not even the range-topping 911 Turbo can match the GT-R's performance. Relentless tuning of the GT-R's aerodynamics provides an incredibly clean Coefficient of Drag of 0.26 Cd. While you see a substantial, powerful supercar, to the wind, it punches through Nissan Skyline GT-R the air like a low-slung, mid-engine supercar.
It is a showcase of Nissan's phenomenal engineering know-how and it is difficult to put it in words just how special this car feels. On the plus side, the GT-R is a lot easier to live with than most high-end sports cars. The GT-R's aerodynamics are designed to provide an incredibly clean Coefficient of Drag of 0.26 Cd. With its pure aerodynamic alchemy, you would feel that the supercar just rushes you through the wind.
Nissan is better known for affordable, reliable hatchbacks and its successful range of crossovers and SUVs than extreme, high-performance cars, but every now and then it breaks the mould. Both GT-Rs are great handlers, courtesy of Nissan's famed ATTESA ET-S all-wheel drive system.