Nissan has officially priced the 2014 GT-R Track Edition at $116,710, and it looks to be the great R35 yet.
For $9,000 more than the Black Edition and $19,000 more than the Premium GT-R you get a GT-R that has been finely tuned to provide its driver with the best track experience. Nissan spent quite some time at Nurburgring testing this car with Toshio Suzuki behind the wheel. After their days at the track, they added Bilstein DampTronic gas pressure shock absorbers and stiffer springs. After these changes, the ride quality of the GT-R Track Edition improved greatly. However, the Track Edition sees no improvements to its power as it uses the same engine found
Nissan also added carbon inlets that feed the front colling guides, which feed cold air towards the brakes. The rear brakes are also given these cooling guides, which significantly increase the braking performance of the Track Edition godzilla.
Something that Nissan has removed from the Track Edition is the rear seat. Instead of the extra seating, there are two spaces that are covered in a cloth mat. While Nissan did their best at reducing weight, the Track Edition only weighs 6 pounds lighter than the 2013 Black Edition.
Only 150 examples of this car will be on sale in the US, making it an incredibly rare sight.
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