Price revealed for Nissan GT-R 50th Anniversary special | New Release - Car News Jul 2019

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08:51 Wednesday 03 Jul 2019

The price of Nissan’s exclusive GT-R 50th Anniversary Edition has now been revealed.

Nissan have confirmed that the limited edition model, which was revealed at the New York International Auto Show earlier this year, will cost £92,995 in the UK.

The 50th Anniversary GT-R will be ultra-exclusive, with only 50 available across the whole of Europe and just 18 of those produced in right-hand drive form for the UK market.

All will be finished in distinctive Bayside Blue with white racing stripes, and will have matching blue accents and 50th Anniversary decals on the new 20-spoke, 20-inch alloy wheels.  Inside is a Prestige grey leather interior, embossed seats, and an Alcantara headliner with unique stitching.

Nissan have launched a dedicated 50th Anniversary-themed finance campaign, with 5.0% APR PCP available over 3 years, £5,000 Nissan Finance Deposit Contribution. and £500 servicing package over the first two years.

On sale now, customer deliveries of the Nissan GT-R 50th Anniversary Edition are expected to commence next month.

 

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