2019 Nissan Skyline unveiled, packs 400 hp

  • Jul 17, 2019

MANILA: Good news? Nissan unveils the 2019 iteration of the Skyline, one of its more renowned models to date. Bad news? The GT-R iteration of the sedan is no more to be seen. Hence, the only GT-R-ish elements that the all-new Nissan Skyline flaunt are the design elements. While the bad news might have disheartened a few, we are happy with the fact that Nissan also believes sedans are here to stay. With that said, let’s have a closer look at the recently unveiled 2019 Nissan Skyline.

2019 Nissan Skyline Front

The trademark V-Motion grille at the front makes sure that the all-new Skyline is recognised to be a Nissan in an instant. Then there are the four-circle combination lamps that the Skyline has been sporting forever. Moreover, the four-circle combination lamps are now all-LED. The 2019 Nissan Skyline can be had in ten different colors, with Carmine Red being a  400R and GT Type S exclusive finish.

2019 Skyline Cabin

“The Skyline is a symbol of Nissan technology, and at 62 years, it has the longest history of any Nissan model. With the latest advanced technologies, including ProPILOT 2.0, the new Skyline offers customers an even more exciting and confident driving experience”, said Asako Hoshino, who is Nissan executive vice president.

2019 Nissan Skyline Rear

Coming on to the most significant upgrade, it is the 3.0-litre twin-turbo V6 VR30DDTT engine that powers the 2019 Nissan Skyline. While the GT, GT Type P, and the GT Type SP are served with 300 hp maximum power by the V6, the same motor pumps out 400 hp of maximum power and a peak torque of 475 Nm on the 400R trim. The Japanese automaker will also be offering a hybrid model that will be powered by a VQ35HR-HM34 powerhouse.

Safety and convenience features like NissanConnect and ProPILOT 2.0 driver assistance technology make the 2019 Nissan Skyline one of the best in the segment. Also, the all-new Skyline is the first car in Japan to feature a full-color heads-up display. The 2019 Nissan Skyline gets a price tag that starts from ¥ 4.2 million, which roughly translates to Php 2 million. Nissan will start rolling out the sedan to the customer starting from or after September, later this year.

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