Nissan has revealed pricing for the redesigned 2017 GT-R and it’s more expensive. The latest version of Godzilla is seeing about an $8,000 price hike over the existing model to $109,990 plus $1,595 for destination charges. While price hikes in the six-digit territory are not likely to impact most buyers’ decisions, there is some justification for it in this case.
The 2017 GT-R does have a few more standard goodies. For example, a Titanium exhaust system is now standard. On today’s GT-R is a $12,900 option available only on the top-tier NISMO edition. Nissan has also upgraded the interior with Nappa leather and a new infotainment system. So generally speaking, the $8,000 price hike may harbor some value.
GT-R Premium is the first trim level to become available when the car goes on sale. Buyers will be able to add Pearl White or Blaze Metallic paint for another $1,000. Super Silver will add $3,000 to the price, while Amber, Ivory, and Rakuta Tan Premium Interior packages will each cost you $4,000.
Today’s pricing announcement follows the reveal of the GT-R NISMO, meaning we now know what two of the four GT-R models are going to look like. That leaves speculation as to what the other two will be, though one is likely to be a base model that brings the price down closer to $100,000.