2015 Nissan GT-R

Pricing for 2015 Nissan GT-R announced, including Black and Track editions

The base price for the 2015 GT-R breaks $100k for the first time as the three trim levels receive their official price announcements from Nissan. Major changes mark the reasoning for the price increases.

Pricing for the 2015 Nissan GT-R, GT-R Black Edition and GT-R Track Edition have been announced. The three trim levels see raised pricing to go with their major upgrades from the previous model years.

Both the Premium and Black Edition GT-R are now in dealerships nationally while the Track Edition will become available later this year.

The new GT-R NISMO is notably missing from this lineup and is expected to come to the United States later this summer, at which point pricing for it will be announced. We expect it to be in the $130k+ range.

Major upgrades for the all-new 2015 Nissan GT-R packages include a new suspension, added LED and new design for the exterior (the Track Edition ads a carbon fiber trunk lid), a more premium interior with updated appointments and a standard Bose Active Noise Cancellation system, and carbon-style instrument cluster and another interior color option for the Premium model.

Pricing (manufacturer's suggested retail) begins at $101,770 for the GT-R Premium. The GT-R Black Edition starts at $111,510 and the GT-R Track Edition, when it becomes available, will begin at $115,710. Pricing does not include destination and handling fees, which are $1,595 in the U.S.

Despite the premium price, most of us believe that the 2015 GT-R will have a waiting list of buyers initially and dealerships will not likely have many on the lot, if they have any at all, due to this demand. You can read more detail about the 2015 GT-R changes and trim level differences on our full review at this link.

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Seems pretty reasonable. The car looks relatively normal, but it is completely mental. It is a race car pure and simple.