Why Is This Nissan GT-R Priced At $250,000?

For hardcore Godzilla fans only.

Over the summer, we learned Nissan would be making the N-Attack Package available to US customers via Californian tuning firm Stillen. And the special upgrade package that enabled the Nissan GT-R Nismo to lap the Nurburgring in a time of 7 mins 8 secs, the fastest time for a sub $500,000 production car, will make its US debut in SEMA next month.

Nissan GT-R

On top of the $150k you have to pay for the donor GT-R Nismo, you’ll have to stump up as much as $98,000 for the N-Attack Package. Ouch.

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Mods are focused on upgraded suspension, brakes and improved aerodynamics including a massive rear wing with two height and 12 angle adjustments. However two packs are available depending on how extreme you want your ride to be.

Nissan GT-R  Rear

Both options are street legal, but the N-Attack Package A, is more track focused, with rear seats replaced by a carbon-fiber bulkhead, new intercooler piping, new front and rear limited-slip differentials and carbon-fiber bucket seats. Package B keeps the rear seats and will set buyers back $52,000. Nissan will also display three custom concepts based on the all-new 2016 Titan pickup, including a collaboration with Cummins. By: Carbuzz

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