Nissan has introduced the 12th generation Skyline in Japan and the carmaker says it was developed under the concept, "attraction, sophistication and high-performance driving."
The new Nissan Skyline has been launched in Japan
According to Nissan the new Skyline's long nose, sharply raked A-pillar, forward-leaning roofline, and fluidly curving character line which wrap around the rear wheel arches, express "dynamic motion" and enhance the rear wheel drive proportions.
The car's interior incorporates a cockpit feel with the front dashboard and centre stack designed to be driver-centric.
The aluminum trim finish was inspired by the texture of traditional Japanese rice paper called ?Washi?, whereas the optional wood trim is made of bubinga, a high-quality wood commonly used in high-end furniture pieces.
The Skyline is powered by the new V6 engines. The 3.5-litre version generates 232 kW while the 2.5-litre develops 165 kW.