日産「新型 GT-R 2018」発表;デザイン画像集!

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When it arrived in 2008 costing well under $80,000, the Nissan GT-R was an incredible performance-car bargain—for the money, nothing came close. Slowly, though, GT-R pricing crept up, with the 2014 base model finally eclipsing $100,000. The GT-R was still a good value, but as it faced younger, increasingly capable rivals, it wasn’t a bargain. Thankfully, Nissan realized that.

For the 2018 model year, Nissan just announced the GT-R Pure edition, which carries an MSRP of $99,990. So it’s not cheap, but it’s the first time a new GT-R has dipped below six figures in four years.

The GT-R Pure does away with the 11-speaker Bose audio system, active noise cancellation, active sound enhancement, and titanium exhaust that came standard on last year’s base model, the Premium. The GT-R Premium is still available for 2018, however, carrying a $110,490 MSRP.

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