Nissan Announces MSRP for 2015 GT-R

MSRPs go up across the board for 2015

Jan 22 2014, 1:29pm CST | by

Nissan Announces MSRP for 2015 GT-R
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Nissan has gone official with pricing for the 2015 GT-R reports SuperStreet. The car will start at $101,770 for the base model. The GT-R Track Edition will start at $115,710. Nissan will price the Black Edition of the car at $111,510.

For 2015, the car gets ne LED headlight adaptive front lighting system. The engine is a VR38DETT producing 545 hp. The engine makes 463 lb-ft of torque. The car retains its AWD system.

That new headlight system automatically adjusts the angle of the light at high speeds. The car will come in a new color for 2015 called Regal Red with gold flakes in the paint. The Premium and Black editions get forged Rays wheels.

 
 
 

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