For an amount of 25 lakh rupees, you will be able to book yourself the all-new GT-R that was showcased at the New York Motor Show, early this year. Cosmetically, the 2016 GT-R receives some notable revisions, like the re-designed front bumper with slat-like air-vents, a ‘V’ chrome element in the grille, revised headlamp clusters and new wheels, among other details. Also, at the rear, the lower section on either ends sees some new slats and a smoked-out finish.
The dashboard is all-new, with an 8-inch touchscreen display unit and a multi-function steering being part of the package as well. The updated 3.8-litre twin-turbo V6 makes 570hp and 637Nm of torque; all the power being sent via a 6-speed dual-clutch auto ‘box. With an improved suspension setup, the supercar is said to be a lot more stable at cornering speeds as well.