The 2020 Nissan GT-R is around the corner and the manufacturer has announced prices of the new Godzilla’s four trim levels.
In a few weeks from now, the 2020 Nissan GT-R will be in dealerships all over the US. Yep, it’s going to cost you a bit to own one of these kaijus in the four trim levels being offered – GT-R Premium, 50th Anniversary Edition, Track Edition, and NISMO.
Prices start at $113,540 for the GTR-R Premium. The 50th Anniversary Edition will retail for $122,040 for the additional bells and whistles. Mechanically identical with revised turbochargers helping the engine churn out 565 hp and 467 lb-ft. With Active Noise Cancellation, Active Sound Enhancement and a handful of upgrades, both trims will go on sale from July 25. We’re sure that the Bayside Blue 50th Anniversary Edition will be on spearheading the sales.
The 2020 GT-R Track Edition priced from $145,540 will arrive on August 25 with the 3.8-liter V6 making 600 hp and 481 lb-ft. That’s the same engine powering the NISMO trim. Other good stuff on the list include 20-inch Nismo wheels, a carbon-fiber rear spoiler, carbon ceramic brakes and an updated cabin with red and black elements and Recaro seats.
We saved the best for the last. But Nissan is giving it to its customers first. Come July 12 and the 2020 Nissan GT-R NISMO will roar into dealership lots. Handcrafted by a Takumi technician the prices for the ultimate Godzilla will start at $210,740. With upgraded brakes, tires, wheels and gearbox, the GT-R NISMO is lighter, quicker and faster. And yes, pricier. Hopefully, drag race videos featuring the kaiju will surface in the next couple of months.