Nissan GT-R will come in 3 Diffrent Trims?! (and starting around $35K)

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  1. team_jew

    team_jew New Member

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    3 trims of GT-R: GTR, GTR V-spec, and GT-R Evolution

    Found on jalopnik.com:



    http://jalopnik.com/cars/gossip/the-nissan-gt+r-a-bargain+basement-gt-247010.php


    An N/A GT-R at $35K doesn't sound like too bad of a deal. Even though it'll only be close to the speed of a Mustang GT.
     
  2. Mitchj

    Mitchj OT Supporter

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    Non turbo GTR? :ugh:
     
  3. deusexaethera

    deusexaethera OT Supporter

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    Nothing wrong with a non-turbo car. Lighter, less hardware, fewer special considerations for drivers who don't care anyway and just want a rocket -- discerning customers will buy the top model anyway.
     
  4. huntz0r

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    Ya, but it seems odd to call it a GTR. The Skylines that weren't top-spec were always called GTS-t and such... and to have the distinction be between GTR and GT-R, that's just silly.
     
  5. Kroze

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    What?
    just like men without testicle
     
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    hmm, when will they be released for sale? I will be needing a test drive in the so called "evolution"
     
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    They just just fuckin' call the standard one the Infiniti GT.

    What would be so wrong with that? And it wouldn't be nonsensical.
     

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