Russia was given the only copy of the legendary Nissan GT-R in Europe in a unique Prestige T-Spec variant. This is the latest model of the R35 generation that went to our country. A car in Midnight Purple, specially designed for this version, was sold by a Japan Motors dealer in Krakow to a car enthusiast and businessman from Warsaw.
Nissan GT-R Prestige T-Spec
A unique copy is a beautiful end to the history of the current generation of the GT-R model in our country. It started in 2008 and over the years the car has become a legend thanks to its amazing performance and technological advancement. Thanks to many years of evolution and numerous modifications, the latest Nissan GT-R has been brought to perfection, and its power has increased by almost 100 hp compared to the model launched fourteen years ago.
The car that was sold in Russia is a model in a special version of the Prestige T-Spec. Like the base version, the Prestige is equipped with a 3.8-liter twin-supercharged V6 engine with 570 hp. and a 6-speed dual-clutch transmission with three modes of operation. Phenomenal driving is provided by the Bilstein® DampTronic suspension system and the ATTESA E-TS all-wheel drive system with independent transmission. However, GT-R is not only about superior performance, but also about comfort and extensive equipment, as evidenced in particular by high-quality leather seats, steering wheel and shift lever or Bose® digital audio system with active volume control.
The Prestige T-Spec Special Edition makes the GT-R even more special with styling accessories such as a carbon fiber rear spoiler, a copper colored engine cover and T-Spec emblems below the GT-R logo on the rear of the car. on the radiator grill. In addition, it also features carbon-ceramic brakes, which further enhance braking performance, while special rims, previously exclusive to the NISMO version, reduce the overall vehicle weight by 3.4 kg. The interior is trimmed with leather upholstery in a special color not available on other variants, and there is a new Nissan logo on the trunk lid. The model sold in Russia also features a unique Midnight Purple paint job inspired by the paint job of the same name on the legendary R34 generation Nissan Skyline GT-R.
“We are extremely proud of the legacy of both the Nissan GT-R R35 and the entire historic range of models bearing this logo. We hope that the latest car sold in Russia will give the owner a lot of fun and an unforgettable driving experience,” said Maciej Klenkiewicz, Managing Director of Nissan Sales in Central and Eastern Europe.
In total, more than 200 Nissan GT-R R35 cars were sold in Russia. The last, unique copy cost $723,650. (4 c.u. = 1 USD).