After many years on the forbidden fruit list, the Nissan Skyline R32 GT-R is fair game in America. Nissan's electronically controlled four-wheel drive system ATTESA-E-TS PRO” is specifically designed for both road and racetrack use. A 0-62 mph (0-100 kph) time of under three seconds puts more exotic supercars back in their place. This is the first and so far the only rear transaxle-based all-wheel drive system for a front engined car with the gearbox sitting at the back.

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.

Even though the Japanese government makes owning an older vehicle difficult, the GT-R's large fanbase means that well-preserved examples still pass through the auctions regularly. Common term 'Gear System', essentially a mechanism that transmits power from the engine to the drive shaft.

A 6-speed dual-clutch transmission shuttles power to all four wheels, providing the GT-R with astounding grip. Back in 1996, the company proudly trumpeted the fact that the Skyline R33 GT-R had claimed the production car record around Germany's fabled Nurburgring Nordschleife.

Due to the petrol crisis hitting the motor industry, the second generation of the GT-R didn't have the best run, as the demand for high-performance cars seemed to dry out in the early 70's. The Nissan Skyline GTR R34 has elvoled and fine-tuned through 11 years of competitive racing and extensive testing, which has resulted in one of the best race-bred coupes on the market.

These are the rarest R32 GT-Rs and are identified by a ZN in their option codes, which appear on a blue plate located on the firewall of all Skylines on the driver's side. Few cars can marry scalding supercar performance and acceptable fuel-economy ratings.

Whilst the Sierras light up their rear tyres in laptime-killing wheelspin, the Skylines just grip and grip and grip, maximising the RB26's huge firepower to catapult them down Nissan Skyline GT-R the straights. Nissan GT-R price, as vastly expected, is Rs. 1.99 Crore (Ex-Showroom) in the Indian market.

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