Nissan has celebrated the unveiling of the 2017 GT-R by bring an assortment of classic models to the New York Auto Show.
The company didn't have much to say about the models but one of the cars on display was an early Skyline 2000 GT-R PGC10 which features a silver exterior and black wheels. The model also has a black leather interior with wood trim.
Moving on, there's a 1973 Skyline 2000 GT-R KPGC110 which has a six-cylinder engine. This particular model is relatively rare as the company only built 197 units due to the introduction of stricter emission standards.
Nissan also showcased a handful of newer Skyline GT-Rs including a BNR32, a BCNR33, and a BNR34 in M Spec guise.
As for the latest Nissan GT-R, it has an all-new front fascia, a revised hood, and a new titanium exhaust system on Premium variants. The car has also been equipped with an upgraded interior with a new dashboard, a revised center stack, and an improved infotainment system with a larger 8-inch display.
Power is provided by a biturbo 3.8-liter V6 engine that produces 565 horsepower and 467 pound-feet of torque. This is a modest increase of 20 hp and 4 lb-ft of torque.