Nissan have confirmed UK pricing for the 50th Anniversary edition GT-R to MotorMartin recently, a car which was unveiled at the 2019 New York International Auto Show.
The following details regarding this exciting new edition are posted in full below. Enjoy:
The exclusive limited edition will be sold for £92,995. Only 50 examples will be available in Europe, of which just 18 RHD versions will reach the UK. First UK customer deliveries commence end of August 2019.
Retired since the R34 GT-R, Bayside (Wangan) Blue makes a return for the 50th Anniversary edition, complete with white racing stripes. A four-coat, double-heat treatment process ensures a vivid blue with striking highlights and deep shadows. All European models of the GT-R 50th Anniversary will be in Bayside Blue.
New 20-spoke 20” alloy wheels with blue accents on the spokes and ‘50th Anniversary’ badge are among several fine touches that celebrate the GT-R’s milestone.
Based on the Prestige grade, 50th Anniversary models feature a Prestige grey leather interior, including a grey leather steering wheel and gear lever, seat embossing, an Alcantara headliner with unique stitching and Alcantara-wrapped sun visors.
“The Nissan GT-R has been the icon of our company’s driving performance for the past half century,” said Shinichiro Irie, program design director for the GT-R. “We were highly motivated to ensure that the GT-R 50th Anniversary Edition stands out. While the exterior and interior changes may seem subtle at first glance, they’re still impactful, especially with the new paint schemes, keeping the car’s lines and overall presence modern and edgy.”
The 370Z 50th Anniversary edition is also on sale, priced at £38,995. Just 22 examples are coming to the UK in right hand drive. Customer deliveries for this model started in June.
A dedicated 50th anniversary-themed finance campaign for both models also starts from 1st July with 5.0% APR PCP over 3 years with £5,000 Nissan Finance Deposit Contribution and £500 servicing package over the first two years (370Z – 3-years).
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