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2022 Nissan GT-R T-Spec Has Been Revealed in Japan

2022 Nissan GT-R T-Spec Has Been Revealed in Japan

2022 Nissan GT-R T-Spec Has Been Revealed in Japan
2022 Nissan GT-R T-Spec Has Been Revealed in Japan

The 2022 Nissan GT-R T-Spec has been discovered in Japan, in what is thought to be the final new release of the enduring supercar in Australia.

Drive is aware from supplier resources a complete of about 50 limited-edition GT-R models – cut up across the T-Spec versions revealed these days, and the Nismo shown earlier this yr – are bound for Australian Nissan showrooms, with further information to be shared inside the coming weeks.

The batch of T-Spec and Nismo models will constitute the closing GT-Rs bought in Australia, as the iconic supercar will fall foul of new aspect-effect protection rules in pressure for existing cars from 1 November 2021.

2022 Nissan GT-R T-Spec Has Been Revealed in Japan
2022 Nissan GT-R T-Spec Has Been Revealed in Japan

The final GT-R T-Spec and Nismo models need to be imported and certified on the market no later than 31 October 2021, and road registered earlier than 1 July 2022

"The GT-R screen nowadays may be focussed on specifications and details for the Japanese marketplace. We will verify the info for Australia quickly including release timing and price," a Nissan Australia spokesperson stated in a assertion to Drive.

"Due to the implementation of Australia’s particular pole aspect impact layout rules (ADR eighty five), the Nissan GT-R will no longer be imported into the Australian marketplace after October 31, 2021. Note that this regulation does not observe to current fashions in different markets."

Unveiled in Japan, the new T-Spec versions revive two iconic colors from the (Skyline) GT-R's records, last visible at the R34 technology of the late Nineteen Nineties: Millennium Jade and Midnight Purple – with the latter adding "color-shifting [inspired by] the aurora borealis".

2022 Nissan GT-R T-Spec Has Been Revealed in Japan
2022 Nissan GT-R T-Spec Has Been Revealed in Japan

Both models include "one of a kind" carbon-ceramic brakes, a carbon-fibre rear spoiler, a new engine cover with gold and carbon-fibre detailing, and specific the front and rear badging.

The ordinary GT-R T-Spec – formally called the "Nissan GT-R Premium Edition T-Spec" – solely builds the standard Premium in Japan with wider 20-inch cast Rays wheels finished in bronze, specific front wheel-arch trims, lighter suspension additives, dark inexperienced leather trim for maximum interior surfaces (with evaluation stitching), and an Alcantara dashboard.

Meanwhile, the 'Track Edition engineered with the aid of Nismo T-Spec' – now not to be careworn for the GT-R Nismo – solely adds a carbon-fibre roof and carbon-fibre boot lid, at the side of 20-inch Nismo Racing black solid wheels.

2022 Nissan GT-R T-Spec Has Been Revealed in Japan
2022 Nissan GT-R T-Spec Has Been Revealed in Japan

Both fashions are powered via the equal three.Eight-litre twin-turbocharged V6 engine, sending 419kW and 632Nm to all four wheels via a six-speed twin-grasp automatic transmission.

Prices in Japan begin from 15,904,000 yen for the Premium Edition T-Spec, growing to 17,881,600 for the Track Edition engineered by Nismo – charges of 22 and 29 consistent with cent respectively over their donor editions.

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