The standard GTR is expected to start at $57K while the V Spec and EVO Spec will start at $67K and $94K respectivly. Both a 6 speed and an advanced paddle shifting automatic are to be available. The Standard GTR and Spec V will be equiped with a 480HP version of the VQHRTT engine(displacement is either 3.7 or 3.8L as it has not yet beenn confirmed). The GTR EVO will receive a 530HP version of the VQHRTT engine as well as being roughly 220lbs lighter then the standard GTR, coming with light weight seats, a larger more aerodynamic rear spoiler, large ceramic brake rotors, and a revised Altessa AWD geared for more track use.
Couldn't find the other Nissan GTR thread so heres new info. Too bad the fasica resembles the outgoing Toyota Celica in a way. Still a good design.
wow - what a hot thing.. the backside reminds me of ferrari 599 GTB fiorano with two extra backlights. that is definetly a porsche killer - althoug there won`t be to much of these nissan supercars on german roads. in this category of cars you can only sell with image - and porsche has a 40 year experience in that. damn!