Nissan has announced pricing for the 2014 GT-R Track Edition, which costs about $16, 000 more than the standard car, coming in at $115,710 plus a $1,000 handling and destination fee.
The Track Edition GT-R gets performance upgrades that are meant to boost its racing performance, though the engine is still the 545-hp twin-turbo V6 as the standard car. For 2014, Nissan improved the GT-R’s torque response in the mid-rpm range along with improving the acceleration above 6,000 rpm on all trims of the GT-R.
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The suspension has been beefed up with new specialized Bilstein DampTronic gas pressure shock absorbers along with higher spring rates. Tuned on the Nurburgring, other Track Edition specific improvements include new brake cooling guides, a revised front spoiler with carbon fiber air ducts, and finally the deletion of the back seats to help cut down the car’s weight. A dry carbon fiber rear spoiler along with metallic black lightweight wheels are fitted as well, both of which can also be had with the GT-R Black Edition.
On the inside, blue-trimmed high-grip front seats have been added to give the Track Edition some unique style, along with a quilted cloth mat where the back seats would have been.
Nissan says the car is on sale now, though only 150 examples of the GT-R Track Edition will be making their way to the United States.
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