Get a Custom-Designed Nissan GT-R With the Italdesign Limited Edition Model
Nissan GT-R50 Italdesign Limited Edition Release Date
There aren’t many entry level car manufacturers that also produce high-performance sports cars like Nissan does with the GT-R. Sure, Mazda has the MX-5 Miata and Toyota has brought back the Supra, but none of these deliver performance on the same level as the GT-R.
It’s a special car, and that’s why we’re excited to share with you information on a special edition of this particular car. It’s the Nissan GT-R50 from Italdesign, and the limited edition model is set unveil in production form at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show prior to its release date as early as late 2020.
That’s the best news we have on when the model will release to customers. In fact, delivery dates could stretch as far out as late 2021. That may seem like ages from now, but with only 50 models being produced, demand is no doubt high and interested customers will want to make their deposit as early as possible.
Design and Performance Features for the GT-R50 Italdesign
For those who don’t know, Italdesign was founded in 1968 by Giorgetto Giugiaro and Aldo Mantovani, and the company is focused on design, engineering, production and new mobility solutions.
The GT-R50 is personalized for customers, so each one may be a little different. For example, customers can choose the color combination they want, even though the original GT-R50, unveiled in 2018, had a blue and gold color scheme. This applies to interior colors as well. Under the hood, however, each driver can expect thrilling performance with a NISMO-tuned 720 ps twin-turbocharged V6 that is hand-built. For our friends in the USA, that’s the equivalent of over 709 horsepower.
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The Nissan GT-R50 from Italdesign is certainly an exciting model for any auto enthusiast or Nissan fan, so if you have the means to get one, we definitely recommend you don’t pass up the opportunity. For more of the latest Nissan news, check back to the Charlie Clark Nissan El Paso blog.-->