2020 Nissan GT-R Limited Edition Review, Redesign, & Interior

2020 Nissan GT-R Limited Edition Review, Redesign, & Interior – Considering that Nissan’s most up-to-date special edition GT-R is only available to consumers in Japan, delivering the car to the 2019 Tokyo Auto Hair salon makes the best perception, particularly because it was built in buy to honor the automaker’s business partnership with tennis star Naomi Osaka.

Nissan GT-R Limited Edition
Nissan GT-R Limited Edition

2020 Nissan GT-R Limited Edition Release Date

Osaka is presently acting as a brand ambassador for Nissan and actually provided her enter on the three exterior color schemes for this GT-R – Midnight Opal, Amazing White, and Meteor Flake.

Nissan GT-R Limited Edition Redesign
Nissan GT-R Limited Edition Redesign

Redesign

This special edition is limited to just 50 examples, and we doubt that Nissan can have any difficulty getting adequate suitors for it, especially with this spec (LED taillights, carbon fiber rear wing, dual-tone leather interior and far more). The GT-R on display at the Makuhari Messe gathering center is wearing it is Midnight Opal exterior to opt for a black/cream leather interior. It is by no implies a new appearance for the GT-R, but we think that had been in no way the target on this page – Midnight Opal is actually a well-established paint job for the Japanese supercar.

Nissan GT-R Limited Edition Specs
Nissan GT-R Limited Edition Specs

Engine

Appears apart, the GT-R stays one exceptionally fast machine thanks to its twin-turbocharged 3.8-liter V6 unit, six-speed dual-clutch gearbox and advanced AWD, that allow for 0-60 mph (96 km/h ) run in properly under 3 seconds. Also, it is not surprising Nissan selected somebody like Osaka to tie up into the GT-R’s appearance, as she is presently a Grand Slam champion at just 20 years of growing older.

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