Nissan have now started the pre-launch activities for their all-new GT-R, due to be revealed at the Tokyo Motor Show on October 24th. Central to the launch of GT-R, the first GT-R to be offered for sale around the world (rather than just Japan), is a dedicated website that will provide information on the GT-R, including the latest news, specifications and where you can buy one.
The address for the website is www.gtrnissan.com and there are seven languages available including: Japanese, English, Spanish, German, French, Italian, and Dutch.
With sales due to start in Japan in December, Nissan has today confirmed the final name for the car. Previous generations of this car were known as the Skyline GT-R; the new name for this car is simply â€œNissan GT-Râ€ in all global markets.
Supporting substantial early customer interest in the Nissan GT-R, the company is today making available for customers in Japan some initial details including basic specifications, colours and practical information on placing pre-orders.
Prices in Japan for the Nissan GT-R will start from around 7.8 million yen or AUD 77,800â€¦ Nice for the Japanese but by the time the first GT-R has reached Australia expect the usual â€œLucky Countryâ€ taxes to have altered the price significantly.
Weâ€™ve made the countdown timer a permanent fixture in the sidebar so that you can join us in the countdown to the start of a new GT-R legend.