2014 Nissan GT-R Track Edition

Pricing for extremely limited 2014 Nissan GT-R Track Edition announced

Want one of the only 150 GT-R Track Edition street supercars coming out soon for the 2014 model year? Well, get your checkbook. It's gonna cost ya.
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Nissan has announced pricing for the ultra-exclusive Track Edition of the much-anticipated Nissan GT-R street speedster. The GT-R Track Edition is now available for U.S. sales, but only 150 of them will be available in the country, so if you want one, grab your checkbook and hurry to your Nissan dealership right now.

The 2014 GT-R is available in standard, Premium and Black Edition in addition to this special, limited Track Edition. For the Track Edition, Nissan took the GT-R Premium, already a 545 horsepower little monster, and added track-ready components for improved performance and handling in competition. Bilstein DampTronic gas pressure shock absorbers, higher spring rates were added and tuned after several trials on the famous Nurburgring race course. Damping and handling characteristics were tuned specifically for racing conditions and new air guides for the front and rear brakes were also refined on that track.

Inside, the 2014 Nissan GT-R Track Edition adds blue-trimmed high-grip front seats made of special leather and fabric from top level race machines. Also added with the Track Edition are carbon fiber components such as the rear spoiler (hand made for each car). Special metallic-black six-spoke RAYS® forged lightweight wheels are also on the GT-R Track Edition along with Dunlop SP Sport Maxx GT 600 DSST CTT ultra-high-performance run-flat nitrogen-filled tires.

Pricing for the 2014 Nissan GT-R Track Edition starts at $115,710 plus $1,000 destination and handling. All cars will be pre-ordered and delivered. For those who miss out on the Track Edition, a GT-R Premium will run you $99,590 and a GT-R Black Edition will run you $109,300 (plus destination on each). The Black Edition can be upgraded to include the handmade spoiler and wheels from the Track Edition, but will retain the Black Edition styling and interior colors.

Again, only 150 of these bad boys will be made for the U.S. So if you want one, go get it now.


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