After making a successful at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, Nissan announced GT-R50 will arrive in US within few weeks. Special design of Nissan GT-R50 has been penned by Italdesign. It will be on display at the Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion, at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca between 23rd and 26th August. Before arriving in the United States, it will stop at Spa Francorchamps, Belgium. In the next weekend, it will hit 24 Hour race. It is part of Blancpain GT Series Endurance Cup and helmed by Lucas Odronez and Alex Buncombe. Both of them showcased the Nissan GT-R50 on Lord March’s domain, race for GT Sport Motul Team RJN.
Lucas Odronez said in a statement that it was privilege for him as he was the first to drive the Nissan GT-R50 at Goodwood hill. It felt amazing to drive and in the amalgamation of Italian and Japan gives it another dimension. Lines and design on the exterior as well as interior are stunningly beautiful. Nissan hasn’t planned another stoppage for the GT-R50. After crossing the Atlantic view, it will head straight to Japan. Thankfully, it won’t be the last time we hear about it.
Nissan GT-R50 has been developed to celebrate 50th anniversary of GT-R and Italdesign. There is a strong probability that it could enter production but will be of limited number. It is reported that only 50 units will be made and price of each one of them will be $1 million. Exterior and interior work will be done by Italdesign. The power in Nissan GT-R50 will come from twin-turbo 3.8 liter V6 engine. The reworked engine might produce an output 710hp and 780Nm of torque.