Thursday, May 21, 2020

Nissan and Italdesign Starts to Produce the P 54.98-Million GT-R 50


After showing it on multiple occasions as a prototype model, Nissan has finally shown the production version of the P 56.98-million GT-R 50 by Italdesign.

Images released by Nissan show that the limited-run supercar hasn’t significantly changed, and that’s good because the futuristic look is a big part of the appeal. Others though may be more focused on the GT-R 50’s performance and that’s taken cared of by the 710-horsepower Nismo-tuned 3.8-liter V6 engine.



Owners who’ve already placed a deposit on the GT-R 50 have started to configure their cars, and while many visual parts are customizable. In case they run into creative difficulty, they can also choose one of several heritage-inspired liveries worn by historic GT-R models although these haven’t been shown yet.

Nearly two years on, the GT-R 50 by Italdesign is scheduled to start customer deliveries in early 2021 (at the latest), and if you still want one, there are still slots left in its ultra-limited 50-unit production run. Prices starts at 990,000 Euros or about 54.98 million pesos before delivery and taxes. And before you ask, yes, the Philippines can order one.


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