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Nissan India opens pre-bookings for GT-R; launching soon

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Sports car devotees have been waiting for the supercar Nissan GT-R to hit the Indian soil. Taking a step ahead to fulfill the desire of Indian enthusiasts, Nissan has started the pre-bookings of the ‘Godzilla’ at an amount of Rs. 25 lakh. The car will arrive in India via CBU route and will carry a hefty price tag around Rs. 1.5-2 crore (ex-showroom). Nissan has also set up a special helpdesk number (1800-209-3456) where customers can reach out for anything concerning GT-R.

It’s all started in 2007 when Nissan re-introduced GT-R which whole heartedly showcased Godzilla’s rich legacy over the racetrack and giving it instant popularity among the masses. The new version was showcased at 2016 New York Auto show and it seems to get the most significant updates since the launch of its first version.

Coming to the changes, the overall stance is similar to the previous model but it certainly gets some revisions like new V-shaped large grille embedded with large air dam, chrome finish and company’s logo. The new version looks more aerodynamic than before thanks to sharp flared wheel arches, flowing rear design, black rear diffuser, rear spoiler and iconic four rings tail lamps.

Nissan GT-R Side View

Nissan GT-R is not only a great example of next level of engineering but also the epitome of premium cabin. The new GT-R gets reduced number of buttons, uncluttered dashboard and dual tone leather upholstery with range of color options to choose from. The sports car now features new front seat design, large touchscreen infotainment system with display command control, multi function instrument display, auto climate control, multi-function steering wheel wrapped under Alcantara leather, paddle shifters, centre armrest to name a few.

Power come from a 3.8 litre twin turbo V8 petrol engine that puts out 552bhp [email protected] and 635Nm of torque, it comes linked to a six-speed dual clutch automatic gearbox that sends power to all four wheels. This deadly combination propels the car to hit a ton in just 3.3 seconds.

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