Why Is This Nissan GT-R Priced At $250,000?

For hardcore Godzilla fans only.

Over the summer, we learned Nissan would be making the N-Attack Package available to US customers via Californian tuning firm Stillen. And the special upgrade package that enabled the Nissan GT-R Nismo to lap the Nurburgring in a time of 7 mins 8 secs, the fastest time for a sub $500,000 production car, will make its US debut in SEMA next month. On top of the $150k you have to pay for the donor GT-R Nismo, you’ll have to stump up as much as $98,000 for the N-Attack Package. Ouch.

Mods are focused on upgraded suspension, brakes and improved aerodynamics including a massive rear wing with two height and 12 angle adjustments. However two packs are available depending on how extreme you want your ride to be. Both options are street legal, but the N-Attack Package A, is more track focused, with rear seats replaced by a carbon-fiber bulkhead, new intercooler piping, new front and rear limited-slip differentials and carbon-fiber bucket seats. Package B keeps the rear seats and will set buyers back $52,000. Nissan will also display three custom concepts based on the all-new 2016 Titan pickup, including a collaboration with Cummins.

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