£885,000 Production Version Confirmed

Vehicles of various models have always been popular in movies. 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.

As well as the V-Spec and M-Spec models the Japanese market also saw a V-Spec II with a carbon fibre bonnet, a stripped out GT-R N1 with a blueprinted engine, a V-Spec Nur, a V-Spec Nur II plus the NISMO variants: R-, S- and Z-Tune GT-Rs. Japanese-market M-Spec models provided a slightly more pliant ride, whilst retaining the car's impressive handling.

The 2012 GTR's MSRP is $84,060 , but industry experts will tell you that it can match the performance of cars with price tags near the half million dollar mark. Most examples were manufactured for the Japanese market, but the Skyline GT-R was officially imported into the UK from August 1999 onwards.

The Nissan GTR is a supercar from Nissan in every sense of the world. The GT-R's looks make it a standout in any performance showdown and any supercar lover will find plenty to respect. The GT-R is an entirely new model, sharing little with the Skyline GT-R save its signature four round tail lights.

Made from 1989 to 1994, nearly 44,000 R32 GT-Rs were sold, some 15 percent of all Skyline production. That's why when it was time to choose a car to write Nissan Skyline GT-R about for our love-themed 150th issue, I picked the one I had yet to drive on public roads. Once you have identified a used vehicle you're interested in, check the Carfax and Autocheck vehicle history reports, read dealer reviews, and find out what other owners paid for the 2018 Nissan GT-R.

432” stands for four valves per cylinder, three carburetors, and two camshafts — all features of the high-performance S20 motor yanked from the top-of-the-line Skyline GT-R. Thought to be powered by a Le Mans-derived twin-turbo V6 , rumours suggest it'll feature hybrid tech to offer improved efficiency and hypercar-quick 0-62mph sprint times.

Any bad preconceptions I may have harboured against the GT-R before (it's not a drivers' car, yadda yadda…) are beaten off with a turbocharged kick in the guts by the 2017 car. What we can say is, despite its supercar performance, the GT-R can be one of the safer vehicles of its kind.

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