Nissan will also continue to make the more potent 600hp GT-R NISMO, and that car’s rear wing was also distinctly reshaped, as were its supports, front lip, and rear diffuser.
2024 Colors and Interior
Because the GT-R cognoscenti are, well, fanatical, Nissan’s honoring them with two throwback paint jobs. Both Millennium Jade and Midnight Purple (yes, purple) harken to the rarest hues you could get with the R34. All we’ll say about that: Get the green. Those colors come on the Nissan GT-R T-spec, which doesn’t bake in the hotter 600hp V-6, but does include carbon-ceramic brakes, gold RAYS 20-inch forged wheels, an ungraded Vehicle Dynamic Control system, and wider front fenders. T-Spec cars come with a unique, dark green leather interior with suede-and-leather seating surfaces.
T-Spec also seems worth wanting because it adds Nappa leather to the dash and door trim; unique, logoed kick plates; and special badging.
You don’t buy this car to rock out to the sound system, but if Nissan didn’t alter the formula too much, it’s actually a pretty civilized car for driving around town, and the fact it includes a Bose 11-speaker audio system that incorporates active noise canceling (filtering out tire and engine buzz) will be welcome on longer hauls.
And, yes, you can do that. The rear seats are tiny, but useful for storage, and the GT-R still has a reasonably sized trunk. The world’s most practical supercar? Yeah, maybe. Now in green and purple, too.
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