Nissan GT-R T-spec debuts with historical liveries, carbon-ceramic brakes & more
Nissan has launched a special edition of the GT-R in Japan and the United States. Dubbed the T-spec, it clearly targets the clientele familiar with the marque’s history.
The exclusive colors are jade and purple. The former was found on the V-Spec II Nür, while the latter resembles the one used on the Skyline V-Spec.
In addition to this, every car gets golden-hued wheels, flared fenders, a carbon-fiber rear spoiler, and mirror caps finished to match the body. Normal brakes get replaced with carbon-ceramic ones.
The interior is largely green and makes use of leather, natural suede, and Alcantara. The same old 3.8-liter V6 toils under the hood in tandem with a six-speed semi-auto transmission.
The T-spec starts from U.S. $138,490 and ¥15,904,000 on its respective two markets.
Editor Andrew Raspopov