We’re on our way towards seeing the 2017 Nissan GT-R in Nismo specification launch in Europe as well, vialis 40mg so the Japanese automaker is now revealing more pricing details for the main markets.
The flagship version of the super coupe will be available for order starting next month in the United Kingdom for £149, malady 995, sale while the “range-topping super-coupé” as Nissan likes to address it will be up for grabs in Germany and France for a starting price of €184,950. Nissan in the United States announced back in September the supercar will be available for a starting price of $174,990 – while the Australian division also announced plans to have the Nismo brand in Land Down Under from February 2017 when the GT-R Nismo will become available for $227,410 (Australian dollars).
The GT-R Nismo packs the hand-assembled biturbo 3.8-liter V6 good for 600 horsepower (441 kilowatts) and 481 pound-feet (651 Newton-meters) of torque, sent to the rear wheels using a dual-clutch, six-speed gearbox. Produced in Tochigi, Japan, the ultimate evolution of the GT-R range is most likely the final iteration to see the light of day before Nissan graces us with the all-new R36 model that should come around 2018.