2022 Nissan GT-R debuts with T-spec limited editions

2022 GT-R T-spec

Nissan has updated the GT-R for 2022 with prices in Japan starting at JPY 10,828,400. Sales are expected to commence in mid-October in Japan and sometime in winter in North America. And as the title suggests, the 2022 lineup includes two T-spec limited editions, limited to 100 units worldwide. But interestingly, of the total 100, 50 units are allocated to the U.S. market alone.

Trim JPY
Pure edition 10,828,400
Black edition 12,772,100
Premium edition 12,329,900
Track edition engineered by Nismo 14,636,600
Premium edition 15,904,900
Track edition engineered by Nismo 17,881,600

The American pricing for the T-spec starts at $138,490.

The two T-spec limited editions are equipped with exclusive carbon-ceramic brakes, a carbon fibre rear spoiler, an exclusive engine cover, and a T-spec badge on front and rear fascias. Two new body colors—Midnight Purple and Millennium Jade—have been added to the T-spec options. The Midnight Purple was apparently inspired by Aurora Borealis’ color shifting. The Rays forged alloy wheels in the Premium edition T-spec has a bronze finish. As for the Track edition engineered by Nismo T-spec, it exclusively gets a carbon fibre roof and a trunk lid.


And for those who care to know what the ‘T’ in T-spec stands for, the following is an official explanation –

The name T-spec represents the GT-R’s philosophy of leading and shaping the times and is inspired by the words trend and traction. As a trend maker, the GT-R is created to always be ahead of the times, and the car’s ability to drive with robust grip—a key characteristic engineers have always worked hard on—make it a traction master.

The T-spec interior (top two photos) includes a special Mori Green theme, premium semi-aniline leather-appointed seating with pearl suede accents, quilted Alcantara headliner, and of course, additional T-spec badging.

No other changes. The 3.8L twin-turbo V6 in the Japanese market pumps out 419 kW (570 metric hp) and 637 Nm (470 lb-ft) of torque. A 6-speed DCT drives all four wheels.

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