The Nissan GT-R has its roots from the Skyline GT-R, a popular sports option of the Skyline sedan which started in 1969. It received a complete redesign when it was reintroduced in 2007, prompting the drop of 'Skyline' from its name.
Now officially available in the Philippines, one look at this 2-door coupe and you know it's geared towards performance. The swept-back headlamps that goes with the curves of the body, the large side vents behind 20-inch rims to the stock spoiler, the GT-R makes a statement at every angle.
Inside is a leather trimmed cabin for 4 people that has a Dual Zone Automatic Climate Control and a Bose Sound System. The driver will appreciate the Push Start capability, large gauges, and Nissan Hard Drive Navigation system with 7-inch display.
At the core is a 3.8L 6-cylinder engine that churns out 570 hp and 633 Nm of torque, coupled to a dual-clutch 6-speed transmission that has 3 driver-selectable modes. Like its predecessors, the GT-R is also all-wheel-drive.