Nissan's domestic portfolio comprises the Micra Active, Terrano and GT-R while its sister-brand Datsun offers small car Go and Go+
It will be produced at Nissan's primary plant in Tochigi, Japan, and will be brought to India as a CBU (Completely Built-up Unit).
The latest GT-R is Nissan’s flagship sports car which is powered by a 3.8-litre V6 twin-turbocharged engine. It can produce 552 bhp at 6,800 rpm and 632 Nm of torque.
The third instalment of Pete’s Super Sunday was the biggest yet
A Nissan GT-R pulled off a 30 degree drift at 305kmph, as if that speed wasn’t ridiculous enough in a straight line