– The car will come in three trim levels in most markets, including the GT-R Premium, GT-R Track Edition and GT-R NISMO.
– Comes in three heritage era, two-tone exterior colour combinations meant to represent the GT-R’s liveries from the Japan GP series.
– Retired since the GT-R R34 model, Bayside (Wangan) Blue makes a return, complete with white racing stripes.
– Blue accents on the wheel spokes.
– Special grey interior colour scheme.
– Additional 50th anniversary features include unique steering wheel and shift knob trim, special seat embossing, an Alcantara headliner with unique stitching, Alcantara-wrapped sunvisors and more.
– A 420kW 3.8-litre V6 24-valve twin-turbocharged engine.
– The exhaust manifolds, inspired by racing technology, have optimised turbo flange attachment points.
– A revised six-speed dual-clutch transmission with a refined “R mode,” made for both road and track.
– A new titanium muffler, featuring titanium finishers with burnished blue tips.
– The electronically controlled suspension has been tuned to provide better cornering stability and a smoother ride.
– The steering is more linear and precise than ever, requiring minimal corrections at speeds of up to 300k/h.
– A new brake booster, resulting in enhanced stopping power and feel.
– The centre dashboard integrates navigation and audio controls and an 8-inch capacitive touch-panel monitor.
– Mounted to the sporty steering wheel are shift paddles that allow drivers to change gears mid-corner without taking their hands off the wheel.
– All 2020 Nissan GT-Rs come with the NissanConnectSM integrated audio, navigation and communication system in select markets.
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