Nissan has recently announced that a standard GT-R, sales in the Club Track Edition, will be running at the 24 Hours of the Nurburgring.
According to the Japanese based automaker, the standard Nissan GT-R in the Club Track Edition version will be running at the 24 Hours of the Nurburgring and besides hoping for a positive result, the company’s team will also have to find out what to improve on the next generation of the sports car. The Nissan GT-R standard, in the Club Track Edition, has a reprogrammed ECU, a reprogrammed traction control and a reprogrammed ABS, along with a two-way adjustable Bilstein shock absorbers and a fresh set of 20-inch Rays forged wheels along with a front apron.
The competition aimed version is also adding a Bride Gardis III racing seat, which is homologated by FIA, a Nismo data recording kit and an automated system which is putting off fires. The Nissan GT-R Track Club Edition is a special version of the sports car which can only be bought by the Prestige Club of GT-R members in the Asian country, being specifically aimed towards Japan. In order to become a member of the club, you have to pay two million yen (17,600 euros), an annual fee of 8,800 euros and then to buy the GT-R Club Track Edition for 92,205 euros.