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It’s 2024 and Nissan are readying the GT-R for a fresh onslaught! The 2025 model has been unveiled in Japan over the last week with sales set to begin in June this year. Having been the brand’s “flagship super sports car” since 2007, the latest iteration will see the arrival of some new nameplates.

A static photo of the 2025 Nissan GT-R Track Edition by Nismo.
GT-R Track Edition by Nismo brings several performance upgrades over the other variants

Accompanying the car’s launch will be a GT-R Premium Edition T-spec and a GT-R Track Edition by Nismo. The Track Edition will feature precision weight balance piston rings, connecting rods and crankshafts, all courtesy of Nismo. The end product will feature “snappier revs and faster turbo spooling”.

Both launch special models will also feature exclusive aluminium takumi certification name plates and gold-coloured VIN plates in the engine bay. The Premium Edition is also available with a Blue Heaven interior option, new for 2025!

Prices for the entry Pure Edition model start at 14.4m Yen ($160,000 NZD) going all the way to 22.9m Yen ($253,746 NZD) for the range topping Track Edition by Nismo version. A Japan market Special Edition is also available for 30.6m Yen ($339,066 NZD).

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Words by Matthew D’Souza, pictures courtesy of Nissan News Global.

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