That's a $7,450 increase over last year.
In what could be its final model year, Nissan has released pricing details for the 2024 GT-R range.
The R35, as it's internally called, has been on the market since the 2009 model year and has undergone several updates over its lifetime. The most recent is for the upcoming model year with Nissan's in-house tuning division, Nismo, giving the car more torque and faster shifts. Of course, those enhancements come at a price.
For 2024, the GT-R carries a starting price tag of $120,990, a $7,450 increase over last year. That'll get you behind the wheel of the "base" Premium trim, while the T-spec and Nismo will set you back $140,990 and $220,990, respectively. Last year, the GT-R Nismo cost $210,740. That entry-level price is a bargain for such an iconic machine, even after 15 years.
Nissan has made clear the entire '24 GT-R range will be built in limited numbers but still needs to provide an exact figure. There's a $1,895 destination fee for all three trims.
As a reminder, the 2024 GT-R now boasts fresh bodywork that improves downforce and reduces drag thanks to redesigned front and rear fascias and rear wings.
The Nismo also has a new rear wing bolted on top of swan neck-style supports. Nissan also points out that the spoiler now has a 10% larger surface area. For the first time, there's now a limited-slip differential for an even better driving experience. The T-spec, which "splits the difference" between the 565 horsepower Premium and 600 hp Nismo, tacks on wider front fenders, Nismo carbon ceramic brakes, gold-painted Rays forged wheels, a dark Mori Green interior color, special combination semi-aniline and suede interior upholstery, and other enhancements.
Nissan will offer the T-spec in just two exterior colors: Millennium Jade and Midnight Purple. The former pays homage to one of the greatest GT-Rs of all time, the R34 GT-R V-Spec II Nur, while the latter is "a modern interpretation of the Midnight Purple III color made famous on the R34 GT-R V-Spec."
Lastly, the GT-R Nismo can be optionally equipped with an Appearance Package that tacks on those Rays wheels with red accents, a unique clear coat applied to the carbon fiber hood, and an exclusive engine cover.
Nissan has not announced how much longer the R35 will be around, and there are loads of rumors floating around. Last we heard, the R36 will not be electric.
If this happens to be the R35's final year of existence, it's clearly going out on top and better than ever.
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