2017 Nissan GT-R India review, test drive

    We have a spanking new 2017 Nissan GT-R with us. Sergius Barretto gets acquainted with the incoming Japanese Ambassador under the city’s lights.

    Published on Dec 02, 2016 01:30:00 PM


    A Hard Day’s Night

    We wrap up our shoot at 5am, and I ponder my time with this car. Do I get it finally? I want to say yes, I really do, but the answer is no. Perhaps it’s just me, or maybe this just isn’t the age for the GT-R to win over a new legion of fans. There are many modern competitors that have moved the game forward. The GT-R isn’t the supercar slayer it once was, but it’s still one heck of a sportscar. And gosh I really did enjoy this car – I had a ball, grinned like a little kid, and wanted more, you would expect this from the Ferraris and Lamborghinis of the world, but this is a Nissan. So if you’re the type that loves the story of the underdog, you’ll love the GT-R and should you be lucky enough to find yourself in the market for a supercar, I suggest you give this one a close look.

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