Nissan GT-R

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GT-R Specifications
Engine 3798 cc
Power 562 bhp
Transmission Automatic
Driver Airbag Yes
Turbo Charger Yes
USB & Aux Yes
Integrated 2DIN Audio Yes

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Things We Like in GT-R
  • A proper 4-seater supercar
  • Performance that matches the car twice the price
  • Exceptional handling abilities
Things We Dont Like in GT-R
  • The cabin of this costly car lacks wow factor
  • High-octane fuel required which limits the usability

Price List of GT-R

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New ₹ 1.99 Cr*
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3798 cc, 562 bhp, Automatic, Petrol
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  • Ahmedabad

    ₹ 1.99 Cr

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  • Chandigarh

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  • Chennai

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  • Ghaziabad

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Nissan GT-R Colors

GT-R is available in 7 different colors - Storm White, Pearl Black, Vibrant Red, Katsura Orange, Gun Metallic, Ultimate Silver and Daytona Blue .

  • Storm White

  • Pearl Black

  • Vibrant Red

  • Katsura Orange

  • Gun Metallic

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GT-R Mileage

Variant Mileage (City) Mileage (Highway)
Petrol kmpl 9 kmpl

Review of GT-R

  • Overview
  • Interior
  • Exterior
  • Mileage Running Cost
  • Comfort Suspension
  • Engine Performance
  • Braking Safety


Nissan GT-R is one of the legendary cars in the world of performance vehicles. Popularly known as ‘Godzilla’, the supercar was showcased at the 2016 Indian Auto Expo and later launched in the year-end in the country. GT-R is the engineering dexterity of the Japanese automaker and the engine is hand built exclusively in the company’s plant in Yokohama. And in fact, only five engineers or master craftsmen known as ‘Takumi’ armed with magnificent skills are allowed to assemble the engine. The car was launched in India with a purpose to give the exclusive customers a taste of Japanese engineering prowess. The car comes with a sleek design and a hell of a monster engine which is designed to cut through the air like a hot knife through the butter. The 2017 version of the GT-R comes with a lot of cosmetic updates and plush interiors.
Over the years, Nissan has brought a number of updates but this time around, the changes are drastic. The car at the front gets a new bumper design, v-motion grille, and the re-sculpted bonnet to keep the masculinity intact. The super-beam wide LED headlights make the car really special at nights. For increased visibility, the car features hyper LED driving lights and despite their small size, the LED units are highly visible in even broad daylight. The improvement in aerodynamics was the prime focus of the carmaker and this is reflected in added aluminum on the exteriors.
The compactness is more evident from the side profile with 20-inch forged aluminum wheels with dark finish lending a high-quality performance look. The side sills of the car are now deeper. At the rear, the signature twin tail lights with LED rings looks sporty while the diffuser is finished in titanium. Dimensionally, the car measures 4710mm in length, 1895mm in width, 1370mm in height and the wheelbase of 270mm. Nissan GT-R is available in 7 graceful colour options including Katasura Orange, Gun Metallic, Pearl Black, Pearl Blue, Ultimate Silver, Vibrant Red and Pearl White.
The interiors have also gone through serious changes. The clutter-free cabin offers a plethora of customization options with black, ivory, red and tan leather combination for seats and interiors. The abundance of high-quality leather and other rich materials have further increased the premiumness inside the cabin. The car features a large 8-inch touchscreen infotainment unit at the center powered by Nissan Connect along with usual goodies related to navigation and entertainment. The 4-seater vehicle also feature leather highlights on the centre console, door panels as well as on the shift lever, encompassing the passengers in comfort. Additional comfort comes in the form of multi-functional steering wheel, rear camera and Bose surround sound system with 11 speakers.
The talking point of the car lies under the hood. The car sources its power from 3.8L twin-turbo engine that makes mammoth 570PS of power and 637Nm of max torque. The powertrain is mated to Nissan’s legendary ATTESA E-TS all-wheel drive transmission. And this combination makes the car capable of clinching the top speed of 315kmph with the acceleration timing of 3 seconds to reach 100kmph mark.
Nissan GT-R induces confidence in every area and safety is no exception. The car comes loaded with 6 airbags, ABS, EBD and safety tech like vehicle dynamic control and traction control system. Nissan GT-R is currently available in a single variant price of which is tagged at Rs. 1.99 crore, ex-showroom. Yes, it’s not everyone’s cup of tea. The vehicle lock horns against Audi R8 and Porsche 911 Carrera in the segment.


The 2017 model update covered the interiors aspects as well. The center console of the car is entirely redesigned. The layout is much cleaner although the design is still multi-layered. The air cons which were reminiscent to the Micra have now been refurbished to give the car a more upmarket feel. The seats can be availed in a number of different upholsteries designed to cater specific taste. The tall seating position and the all-round visibility are truly commendable.
The cockpit styled instrument cluster seems to be encompassing the driver from all around. But the main highlight is the 8-inch touchscreen infotainment unit which gives a cool video game console look. However, instead of going the Android Auto and Apple CarPlay way, the carmaker has adopted a unique approach with its Nissan Connect that removes the dependency on these systems. The infotainment comes along with the amenity of navigation and the decibels are amplified by Bose surround sound system with 11 speakers. The speakers guarantee optimal sound while the dual subwoofers provided between the rear seats truly maximize the entertainment experience. The Bluetooth telephony integration is done via steering mounted controls.
Right from analogue clock to fancy carbon-fiber faceplate and small multi-information display, all seem to be inspired by Japanese tuner-cars. It also shows engine temperature, measure pressure, throttle position, boost gauge for the turbocharger, track of fuel economy and range, and various other G-force numbers all in a crispy looking digital format. The overall layout and elegance of the cabin does show its age, however, for people who love to have retro fittings inside then, it can be a cool thing for them. Also, the motive here is to unclutter and minimize the time driver looks away from the road and maximize the wholesome enjoyment of the drive.


The supercar on road can take anyone breaths away. It’s the pinnacle of Japanese auto engineering. At first glance, the obsession to details is clearly evident, even the minute items are fanatically engineered to present a cleaner design. At the front, the Nissan GT-R features company’s signature V-motion grille finished in matte. The opening of the grille is larger than before just to support cooling and though this does add to the increased drag, the carmaker has managed to retain 0.26 drag coefficient by tweaking various other things.
The bonnet has been strengthened for improved high-speed stability. It now boasts of more prominent lines, however, the twin air intake nostrils from the earlier version are carried forward. The wider face is now meaner than the earlier version while LED signature high beam lights are worth the GT-R badge.
The side sills are also deeper while the changes at the rear spoiler help negate the impact caused by huge transformation at the front fascia. Then there are functional air vents beside the revised diffuser which are given titanium treatment. Both these enhances cooling while the car is in rage. And as it is the GT-R, the four-ring LED taillights have also been included which looks not only sexy but can also send chills down the spine of anyone the car overtakes.

Mileage Running Cost

When you are driving a supercar, fuel efficiency is not a matter of concern. However, there are various tweaks the carmaker has done to aid fuel economy such as Save mode. The claimed mileage figure of Nissan GT-R stands at 9kmpl.

Comfort Suspension

A large portion of the credit for the enhanced handling goes to the chassis balance and the all-wheel-drive setup. The AWD system features a unique rear transaxle that not only lessens the load on the driveshaft but also allows as much as 50 percent of torque to the front wheels, helping in keeping the car stable.
The transition from left to right is blazingly fast and flat. Put the car on a racetrack and you will realize the lightness and agility of this car as against its bigger rivals. The car employs Bilstein DampTronic suspension which is now friendlier and offers the ride quality similar to cars like BMW 5-series. There are three levels of performance located on the tunnel console which allows you to alter the transmission, suspension, and systems related to stability. The Save mode is for aiding fuel economy, the R mode sharpens the transmission and allows the engine to go to its peak while the Comfort mode toggles suspension for smoother ride quality.

Engine Performance

The star of the show definitely has to be the VR38 Twin Turbo V6 engine which is a hell of a monster. The powertrain expels 570 horses and earth-shattering torque of 630Nm. The engine is paired to Nissan’s ATTESA all-wheel drive transmission which transfers the power in a fraction of microseconds.
The building of engine is only allowed to five master craftsmen popularly known Takumi. The mill just feeds in power and more power with mind-boggling acceleration time. The Nissan GT-R challenges the law of physics and takes only 3 seconds to reach the 100kmph mark with the top speed of 315kmph. The engine is quite smooth and with the titanium finished diffuser, it becomes more silent. The overall sound is quite a wail, however, if you love the twin-turbo whistles and the shrieking top-end, the ride experience will surely put a big smile on your face.

Braking Safety

The stopping power of the monster has to be something special. The braking system comprises of Brembo monoblock 6-piston at front and 4-piston calipers at the rear. The 390mm rotor at the front and 380mm at the rear provide intense stopping power. Further, the anti-lock braking system aids the car in sudden braking situations and pumps the brakes swiftly to prevent wheel lockup.
Safety is further reinforced with zone body construction, 6 airbags, traction control system, electronic brakeforce distribution, vehicle dynamic control and seat belts with pre-tensioners.

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