Nissan has announced pricing on the 2020 GT-R range and while the GT-R has never been an affordable car, for 2020 pricing is impressively high. The entry-level GT-R is the GT-R Premium selling for $113,540. The 50th Anniversary package is added on top of the Premium and costs another $8,500 for $122,040.
The 2020 GT-R Track Edition is $145,540. The most expensive version is the GT-R Nismo ringing in at $210,740. All of the MSRPs are in addition to the $1,695 handling and destination charge.
The high-end Nismo version gets special turbos off the GT3 racing car and carbon ceramic brakes as standard. The 2020 GT-R hits dealers on July 12.