We have some bad news for those of you in the United States interested in purchasing the Nissan GT-R as the 2015 model year has arrived with a starting price of $101,770, without taking into consideration the destination and handling fees which add an extra $1,595. The vehicle is offered as standard with a retuned suspension, LED-infused headlights as well as a better interior cabin featuring a Bose Active Noise Cancellation system. Opt for the Black Edition (starts at $111,510) and you also receive forged aluminum RAYS wheels and a carbon fiber rear spoiler. This variant also comes with leather-covered Recaro seats and a red & black cabin.
There’s also the Track Edition priced at $115,710 which has carbon fiber air ducts, bespoke suspension tuning and a different spoiler. You also get a carbon fiber trunk lid and blue-trimmed high-grip seats. All three versions are powered by a V6 3.8-liter twin-turbo engine rated at 545 bhp and 463 lb-ft working together with a dual-clutch 6-speed gearbox.
A Nismo variant will top the range this summer and as you would imagine will be considerably more expensive.