Nissan GT-R Track Pack offers extra racing edge, yet remains road legal

Nissan of Europe has announced a new ‘go-harder’ version of the new 2012 GT-R (known has 2013 GT-R to us), which offers a little extra boost for those that want some edge on the race track.  Known as the Nissan GT-R Track Pack, the version goes harder on the track yet remains fully road legal.

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So what to the upgrades include?

  • Externally the Track Pack is identified by lightweight 6-spoke RAYS alloys with gloss black painted center.
  • The brakes are cooled by additional cooling ducts built into the front bumper. Similar ducts are hidden behind the rear wheels, giving cool air over the rear discs.
  • The GT-R Track Pack suspension’s spring rates have been revised to be strong for track use.
  • Recaro front seats are trimmed with blue bolsters. Rear seats have been thrown out.

Prices for the Nissan GT-R Track Pack adds about

The Track Pack adds £10,000 ($15,624 USD) to the £74,450 ($116,323 USD), making the total GT-R price with the package at £84,450 ($131,947 USD). First deliveries are expected in March 2012. No word if it’s going to be available in the United States.

– By: Omar Rana