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The 50th Anniversary edition of the Nissan GTR is now available in South Africa.
Now featuring a 3.8 litre twin-turbo V6 engine which develops some 410 kW of power with 623 Nm of torque, drops the 0 to 100 km/h time to 2.9 seconds.
Power is transferred to all four wheels via a six-speed gearbox.
Beyond the upgraded internals, the 2020 Nissan GTR 50th Anniversary edition also features visual upgrades.
You get “racing inspired” liveries paying homage to GTRs of old. It will be available in three different colour combos, including a while and red, silver and white, and blue and white. The latter pays homage to the R34 GTR.
All this isn’t cheap, of course.
The stock “Premium Edition” GTR will set South Africans back R2.25-million, with the “Black Edition” fetching a further R110 000.
If you want a 50th Anniversary edition, prepare to pay at least R2.405-million for the white and silver variants.
The iconic blue variant will cost a further R10 000.
Feature image: Nissan