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October 19, 2018

Nissan Can Make You Spend P 70 Million in Less than 30 Minutes

If you happen to find yourself at the swanky Ginza area of Tokyo, swing by Nissan Crossing to take a glimpse of the P 56-million Nissan GT-R50 by Italdesign, the 50-unit limited production supercar that commemorates the 50th anniversary of both the GT-R and Italdesign.

Oh, and if you’re not in the market for a brand-new supercar, Nissan is also showing off a special custom-made Grand Seiko Sports Collection Spring-Drive Chronograph GMT watch too. Based off the Grand Seiko SBGC223G chronograph, the watch costs 18.7 million yen or about P 9.6 million. It costs as much as a regular GT-R here in the Philippines, but this wrist candy’s production run is limited to just 3 pieces, so exclusivity guaranteed.

The best part is that if you happen to like the special edition GT-R50 watch, you can hop over to Seiko’s flagship store at Ginza Wako which is just across Nissan Crossing. Simply put, you can place an order for a car and a watch and blow about P 70-million in a span of less than 30 minutes.

Us, we’ll probably find taking photos. And that is a good thing since the GT-R50 by Italdesign will be on display there until November 25, 2018. Nissan Crossing opens daily from 10AM to 8PM.

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