Nissan GT-R50 By Italdesign in production-spec revealed

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Nissan had unveiled GT-R50 by Italdesign concept, and now they have revealed production-spec which will be limited edition model. For those, who are bored by current-gen GT-R will be pleased with this new development. Nissan said that demand is strong and significant number of deposits have already been made. Customers who had reserved Nissan GT-R50 By Italdesign are currently selecting personal specifications for the vehicles. Thankfully, limited number of reservations are still available but only 50 units will be made and will run out quite quickly.

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The first GT-R50 By Italdesign model will be displayed in March at Geneva Motor Show. Deliveries will begin by late 2020. It is expected to continue by the end of 2021 but that is subjected to certification and homologation in all relevant markets. Apart from this development, Nissan also released first renderings of the production GT-R50 by Italdesign. It has to be said that designers managed to make a smooth transition from concept to production. Major difference between the two is the inclusion of normal side mirrors instead of the concept’s rearview camera.

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This special GT-R50 was unveiled to mark 50th anniversary of GT-R and Italdesign. Each model of Nissan GT-R50 By Italdesign comes with Nismo-tuned, hand-build 3.8-liter twin-turbocharged V6 engine. It generates an output of 710hp and 780 Nm of torque. Price of Nissan GT-R50 By Italdesign is €990,000 ($1.12 million). It is five times more expensive that GT-R Nismo. Global sports car program director at Nissan, Bob Laishley said that customers relished personalized experience offered by Italdesign.

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