France Gets GT-R Gentleman Edition

Limited Edition

Ten special-edition Nissan GT-Rs have been created specifically for the French market.

It appears theNissan GT-R is selling quite well in France. So the Japanese carmaker hasdecided to roll out a limited edition model to keep up the momentum. Dubbed theGT-R Gentleman Edition, the series will be limited to just ten units, availableat Nissan’s High Performance Centers in France and Benelux (Belgium,Netherlands, and Luxemburg). Availableexclusively in Grey Squale, the limited-edition model is based on the BlackEdition and comes with unique amber red hand-stitched leather interior and a bespokesunglasses case.

It also features specific badging on the front fenders, and a numbered titanium plaque starting with 001/010. No changes were made to the 3.8-liter twin-turbo V6, which continues to churn out 542 horsepower. The Nissan GT-R Gentleman Edition is available now priced at 97,900 Euros.

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