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May 3, 2023

Holy Godzilla: The 2024 Nissan GT-R Costs P 12.445M

Nissan Philippines has revealed the pricing of its flagship supercar, the GT-R, for the 2024 model year.

The 15-year-old model which received its biggest changes since its 2017 refresh is now priced at P 12,445,000—yes, that’s P 12.445 million. This makes it 28 percent more expensive than the 2020 GT-R and a whopping 41 percent more than the 2017 GT-R—the first time “Godzilla” arrived in the Philippines.

And while not an apples-to-apples comparison, the 2024 GT-R is now even more expensive than the flagship Lexus LC 500 in either coupe (P 10.408 million) or convertible (P 11.618 million) flavors. Heck, it’s now squarely in the BMW M5 Competition’s P 13.790-million price tag. If it’s any consolidation, the GT-R Premium is still cheaper than the GT-R NISMO’s launch P 13.2-million price tag (it went up to around P 15 million in 2020).

For that much cash, the 2024 GT-R does get a new front fascia. Gone is the V-motion grille, and in its place is a broad grille with a mesh-pattern for improved cooling and reduced drag. Visually, it’s also meant to ape the R34 Skyline GT-R. The front bumper is also new; reshaped for a wider look. It also contains hexagonal DRLs at each corner. At the back, there are new character lines and a new lens design for its iconic quad taillight cluster.

Mechanically, the 2024 GT-R keeps the same 3.8-liter twin-turbo V6 with 570 horsepower and 637 Nm. Power will still be fed through a six-speed dual clutch and Nissan’s ATTESA electronic torque-split all-wheel drive. A titanium exhaust system is standard with outlets in burnt blue.

So far, this price is just for the Premium variant of the 2024 GT-R. Officially, there’s no word on the T-Spec or GT-R NISMO variants, but assuming you’re willing to spend, Nissan Philippines will probably be able to secure one for you.

As always, the GT-R is only available at the sole Nissan High-Performance Center which is along Quezon Avenue.

You can read our review of the 2018 Nissan GT-R Premium here.


  1. Nissan be scalping their buyers before flippers get their hands on the R35 LOL. At that price, I would rather buy the LC 500, save that extra 2 million and buy the TOTL TNGA Innova Hybrid (if priced at 2 million) as a daily driver/family vehicle. Plus, if I am spending that kind of money, I know for sure I would be treated better at Lexus Manila vs trusting 12 mil + with a Nissan dealer. Can't believe this used to cost less than 10 mil...

  2. Why so expensive if it's the same old car?

  3. this car is like Nissan's version of the Fiat 500 and the Lancia Ypsilon, squeezing the hell out of it mwehehehe :P


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