Pricing for the 2020 Nissan GT-R was just announced for the United States. You better have your finances in order if you want to get one, because it will cost you dearly. Now the Nismo version starts at a cool $210,740, while the Track Edition goes for $145,540. The Premium retails at $113,540 and adding the 50th Anniversary Edition package brings that to $122,040.
It used to be that the Nissan GT-R provided supercar performance at a reasonable price. Those days are gone, maybe because Nissan is hard up for cash and definitely because people will shell out crazy amounts for the car.
To justify the price hikes, Nissan is offering more for the GT-R lineup. For example, the GT-R Nismo uses GT3 race car turbochargers, carbon ceramic brakes, a revised suspension, plus carbon fiber for the roof as well as the hood. The Track Edition gains the new 600-hosepoewr engine used in the Nismo plus carbon ceramic brakes.
With the Premium, new equipment includes revised twin turbos and 20-inch forged aluminum-alloy wheels from RAYS.
Does any of this justify these prices? Consider for a moment the 2019 McLaren 570S starts at $192,500. The 2019 Lamborghini Huracan begins at $203,674 and the 2019 Aston Martin DB11 has a base MSRP of $201,495. Is the Nissan GT-R Nismo just as desirable as these? Nissan seems to believe so.