Nissan unveils the new GT-R including two limited specs – the GT-R Premium Edition T-spec and the GT-R Track Edition which is engineered by NISMO T-spec. The new T-spec edition will feature two new colors and a range of updated features. This is not a brand-new model, but rather another update for the R35 Nissan.

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The GT-R T-spec gets the wider front fenders from the Track Edition special, along with gold-painted Rays forged aluminum wheels and a carbon fiber spoiler. Add to that body-colored mirrors, black hood ducts and special badging. Bringing the T-spec to a halt are the carbon ceramic brakes usually fitted to the Nismo.

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But the huge deal here are the colors, Millennium Jade and Midnight Purple. Jade was originally offered on the R34 GT-R V-Spec II Nur, one of the rarest of Skylines ever created. Only 718 of those were produced in total, with just 156 wearing the color.Nissan GT-R

The new model also includes a special Mori Green interior option, with semi-aniline leather pearl suede accents, special badges and an Alcantara headliner. From the pictures, we’d say it looks a little classier, a little more old school sports car than anything we’ve seen from Nissan before.

Nissan GT-R

The special model will continue with the company’s VR38DETT 3.8-liter twin-turbo V6 making 565hp and 633Nm of torque. That’s the standard amount, as the Nismo version, also still on sale, bumps that to 600hp and 652Nm of torque. All GT-Rs come with a six-speed dual-clutch transmission and all-wheel drive. Exclusive to Japan with just 100 units, they sure are on their way to becoming collectors delight.