Nissan, which began selling the latest 2024 Nissan GT-R in the Japanese domestic market back in March, finally named American prices. At the time of the announcement, it was said that the car received the most radical update in the last 7 years thanks to the new appearance and aerodynamics.
The base 2024 Nissan GT-R is called Premium and costs $122,885. It turned out to be $7,450 more expensive than last year’s version. Nissan has redesigned the front and rear fascias, added new fenders and developed other aerodynamic elements for the GT-R Premium that reduce drag while also increasing downforce.
In 2024, the GT-R T-spec version will return to the lineup, starting at $142,885. The T-spec makes the same 565hp as the Premium but gets carbon-ceramic brakes, gold-painted 20-inch RAYS forged wheels, a NISMO-tuned vehicle dynamic control system, and wider front fenders.
The 2024 GT-R is available in Millennium Jade or Midnight Purple. Inside, buyers will get dark Mori Green upholstery paired with semi-aniline and suede upholstery on the front seats.
Rounding out the lineup is the familiar GT-R NISMO. This is the most powerful trim, the engine produces 600 hp, and its price starts at $222,885. That’s $5,250 more than the 2023 model. Buyers get a new rear wing mounted on swan-neck mounts that increase its surface area by almost 10%. The car also gets a limited slip differential for the first time. The new NISMO appearance package will add RAYS wheels with red accents, a unique carbon fiber clear hood cover and an exclusive engine cover.
US sales begin this summer.