Nissan to offer 150 track-edition GT-Rs in the US, each priced at over $115k.
At the Chicago show in February, Nissan revealed the GT-R Track Edition. A more hardcore take on the car known as Godzilla, the Track Edition ditches the rear seats and upgrades with a retuned suspension, improved brake cooling, a new front spoiler and unique Rays alloys. Now Nissan has announced that it will sell only 150 examples of the special GT-R in the US, each selling for $115,710 (plus a $1,000 destination charge). That makes it $15k more expensive than the GT-R Premium, and takes it from supercar-killer status into proper supercar territory.