Japanese automobile manufacturer Nissan has revealed the details of its new GT-R.
The firm has called the vehicle its "ultimate supercar enjoyable to anyone, anywhere, at anytime" and will make its available through the company’s high performance centres in Japan in early December.
Featuring a 480 ps engine whirring at 6400 rpm, it is also a powerful motor, although the group has stated it still maintains "a high level of control" due to its Bilstein DampTronic suspension system.
People who purchase the vehicle will also benefit from three years-worth of service, as the automaker has trained its staff specifically to deal with any problems that may come up.
"GT-R was developed with a new understanding and appreciation of the Earth’s natural forces – gravity, inertial force and aerodynamics – and translates those forces into a completely new design, maximising tyre grip and airflow," Nissan commented.
Meanwhile, the company has stated that it is considering mass-marketing electric vehicles from 2012.