Nissan's most powerful car the Skyline GT-R. The GT-R features two of the most advanced All-Wheel Drive and Vehicle Dynamic Control (VDC) systems, which transmit the power evenly to the front and rear axles. Tyre wear is an issue on cars which are used hard, and the low front spoiler of the R34 often comes in for some damage.
Despite its intimidating on-paper potential, the GT-R is a car that anyone can jump in and drive smoothly. The R32 GT-R, decked out in Calsonic colors, breezed to a pole-to-finish win, lapping all other cars and cutting 2 seconds from the course record while doing so for a dominant performance.
The new Pure trim includes 20-inch wheels with summer run-flat tires, LED headlights and running lights, power-folding and heated mirrors, front and rear parking sensors, an adaptive suspension, configurable drive modes, and keyless entry and ignition.
Instead of a large, heavy engine thirsty for fuel, the Nissan GT-R is powered by an ideally sized, twin-turbocharged 3.8-L V6 that produces a prodigious 565 hp and equally immense 467 lb-ft of torque. But it still is. It still bests other supercars that cost two, three, ten times as much.
Vehicle: means the cars purchased by the Buyers through Authorized Dealer of Autoportal. A tradition of craftsmanship Nissan Skyline GT-R makes the GT-R a supercar that will simply take your breath away - even when sitting still. But with the 2017 model, Nissan has taken its performance to a whole new level.
The Skyline model traces its roots to a slightly luxurious, high-performance Nissan coupe of the early 1970s, and the GT-R represented a race-bred version of this model. Like their competitors in international race series, Group A versions of the R31 Skyline were rear-wheel drive only, and despite a few promising results, touring car racing still belonged to the Cossies and the M3s.
The 2018 Nissan GT-R carries the Japanese supercar torch with en fuego twin-turbo power, all-wheel drive, and snicky dual-clutch gearchanges. With well over 300 horsepower, the GT-R is not only quick, it's very much so—particularly in poor traction situations where the all-wheel drive system comes into the fore.