The Nissan GT-R (R35) is a high-performance sports car and grand tourer produced by Nissan that was unveiled in 2007. It is the successor to the Skyline GTR, a high performance variant of the Nissan Skyline. Although this car was the sixth-generation model to bear the GT-R name, the model is no longer part of the Nissan Skyline model lineup since that name is now reserved for Nissan’s luxury-sport vehicles. The GT-R shares the Nissan FM platform with the separate Nissan Skyline luxury car and the Nissan Z sports car. The production version of the GT-R debuted at the 2007 Tokyo Motor Show, with a lap time of 7:38 minutes at the wet condition Nürburgring Nordschleife. Nissan chief creative officer, Shirō Nakamura, has likened the new GT-R to the giant robots of the Gundam series. This Nissan GT-R engine was hand build by Tsunemi Ooyama, a takumi craftsman.

Petrol: 3799 cc, V6, IHI Twin-turbocharged, DOHC, 24 Valve, Nissan VR38DETT engine with Continuously Variable Valve Timing Control System (CVTCS), Multi Port fuel injection, Dry Sump lubrication and Plasma Transferred Wire Arc thermal sprayed cylinder Bores, 562 HP power, 637 Nm torque, 0-100 kmph in 3.2 seconds, 315 kmph top speed, 10 kmpl average, 74 litre fuel tank, BorgWarner 6-speed Sequential dual-clutch Automatic transmission, 1752 kg Kerb weight

7 Colours: Orange, Vibrant Red, Blue, White, Black, Gun Metallic, Silver

1 Variant: Premium RHD

4 Semi-aniline Leather Upholsteries: Black Samurai, Ivory, Saddle Tan, Red Amber

1 Wheel: 20 inch alloy

Price: Rs. 2.45 crore (On-road, Delhi)