Nissan GT-R

Just a quick look at the GT-R's spec sheet is enough to qualify it as a supercar  It has a 3.8-liter twin-turbo V-6, now making 530 horsepower (up from 473 hp at its introduction)  and it follows a unique layout, with the engine in front and transmission in back. All-wheel drive does its best to put all that power to the road
Nissan also worked on the GT-R’s six-speed dual-clutch transmission, improving both shift feel and quietness. The automaker attributes those improvements to a strengthened design of the shift fork arm and a firmer fixing bearing for the flywheel housing