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Godzilla Still Roars in Indian Dreams: Nissan GT-R, the Elusive INR 2 Crore Speedster!

The streets of India may be bustling with a myriad of vehicles, but the Nissan GT-R, an engineering marvel from the Land of the Rising Sun, remains an elusive dream for many car enthusiasts. This particular model, a 2014 GT-R registered in 2018, is stirring up a storm in Chennai with its hefty price tag of INR 2 crore and a rich history to boot.

With a mere 19,000 km on the odometer, this single-owner GT-R is not just any street racer; it’s a Litchfield Stage 4 tuned beast that’s believed to have been a part of Nissan India’s media fleet. The internet is buzzing with comments and speculations. Bharathbalan63 expresses shock at the staggering price, hinting at the notorious JDM tax, while vvikram sheds light on its past, revealing its journey from Kolkata and its dramatic drop in selling price. Pseudoidentity drops a bombshell, suggesting this might be the former chariot of racing legend Narain Karthikeyan, while suryansh_dev_singh and chime in with their takes on its worth and Nissan’s brand evolution.

The Nissan GT-R, a successor to the iconic Nissan Skyline GT-R, is a symbol of automotive excellence. Boasting a 2+2 seating layout, this grand tourer and sports car hybrid features a front-mid mounted engine that powers all four wheels. Since its inception in 2007, the GT-R has set the bar high for sports cars worldwide.

Emerging as a phoenix in Nissan’s Revival Plan, the GT-R’s journey began in 2000, culminating in a grand reveal at the 2007 Tokyo Motor Show. This car isn’t just about speed; it’s a showcase of groundbreaking technology – from its VR38DETT engine to the revolutionary ATTESA E-TS Pro all-wheel-drive system. It also boasts the title of being one of the first production cars with launch control and a dual-clutch transmission.

Under the hood lies a powerhouse – a 3799 cc V6 IHI twin-turbocharged engine, churning out 562 HP and a torque of 637 Nm. The GT-R dashes from 0 to 100 kmph in a mere 3.2 seconds, topping out at 315 kmph. Yet, it’s not all about power; this titan also features a sleek body made from a blend of steel, aluminium, and carbon-fibre.

Retaining its nickname ‘Godzilla’, first coined by Wheels magazine in 1989, the Nissan GT-R continues to reign supreme in the automotive world and the hearts of Indian car aficionados. While this particular model’s INR 2 crore price tag might raise eyebrows, it only cements the GT-R’s status as a dream car for many, a legend on wheels that continues to capture the imagination of speed enthusiasts across the nation.

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