The Nissan GT-R, the giant killer of supercars has been on the market since 2014. And for a car in that segment, it’s an eternity. How do you keep potential customers interested in that car? With new special series.
And so special that they are only for the United States and Japan. Thus, Nissan has unveiled the update of the GT-R, which will feature two new variants with special features of body, brakes and new colors. These two new special series are the Premium Edition T-Spec and the Track Edition Engineered by Nismo T-Spec.
Both models have carbon-ceramic brakes, a carbon fiber rear spoiler and a specific engine cover. In addition, they release two new colors, Midnight Purple and Millennium Jade.
The very rare Millenium Jade livery (last used in the Skyline R34 GT-R V-Spec II Nür, of which only 156 units were produced) will be available for the first time outside of Japan, it will be in the United States. As for the Midnight Purple color, it is another one of those colors that the previous generations of GT-R, like the R-32 (the GT-R to which the nickname Godzilla referenced initially, by the way) have led to stardom.
The GT-R Premium Edition T-spec also features a unique interior, larger-throat, bronze-colored Rays forged alloy wheels and new suspension springs.
Mechanics remain intact
Regarding the GT-R Track Edition by NISMO T-Spec It sports a roof and a trunk lid in carbon fiber, and is based on the GT-R as standard with technology and elements added by We are not. It also stands out for its slightly widened front fins.
The mechanics remain intact: the V6 of 3.8 liters biturbo of 570 CB it is still associated with the all-wheel drive and the six-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. Rumors of a final edition 700 hp GT-R persist, but those rumors have not turned out to be true to this day.
The Nissan GT-R Premium Edition T-spec and Track Edition will go on sale in the second half of October, essentially in Japan. These series limited to a one hundred units each (Nissan has not wanted to give an exact figure) they are normally exclusive to Japan, but exceptionally they will also be available in the United States.
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