Nissan adds two limited edition T-Spec and Track models to its stellar GT-R line-up

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2022 Nissan GT-R
2022 Nissan GT-R

A total of 100 units will be made available.

It still uses the same twin turbo 3.8-litre engine.

The model line-up includes two limited grades - GT-R Premium Edition T-spec and GT-R Track Edition.

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The GT-R is already an icon in its own right, but that isn't enough for Nissan as they've added two special edition grades of the high-performance car, exclusive to the Japanese market.

The model line-up includes two limited grades - GT-R Premium Edition T-spec and GT-R Track Edition and only a total of 100 units will be made available for the Japanese market.

The T-spec comes with carbon-ceramic brakes, a carbon-fibre rear spoiler, grade-specific engine cover and badges. Also, customers can choose between Midnight Purple and Millennium Jade body colours - found on previous iterations of Skyline.

2022 Nissan GT-R
2022 Nissan GT-R T Spec badge

Fear the Gojira

The Track Edition T-spec comes with a carbon-fibre roof and boot lid.

Other exclusive additions include Rays forged alloy wheels, weight reducing suspension and an expanded wheel-rim width that contributes to improved handling.

GT-R Track Edition engineered by Nismo is a grade based on the standard model enhanced with Nismo technology.

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Locally, the GT-R has a starting price of R2.5-million with Premium, Black and 50th Anniversary editions on offer. Its source of power is a twin-turbocharged 3.8-litre engine with outputs of 408kW and 632Nm.

2022 Nissan GT-R interior
2022 Nissan GT-R

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