Nissan reveals U.S. pricing for the 2024 GT-R

By J.A. Ackley
May 16, 2023 | Nissan, GT-R, Nissan GT-R

Photography Courtesy Nissan

The Nissan GT-R returns to the U.S. this spring. How much will it cost you? Well, pricing starts at $120,990 for the "base" model.

This base GT-R puts out 565 horsepower, 467 lb.-ft. of torque from a 3.8-liter V6. It carries 3985 pounds of weight.

2024 Nissan GT-R T-Spec

The T-spec model gets the same power output, with a few more performance-oriented goodies, such as enlarged, carbon-ceramic Brembo rotors. Nissan also offers two exclusive colors for it–Millennium Jade and Midnight Purple. It retails for $140,990.

2024 Nissan GT-R Nismo

If you want to go all out, there's also the 3867-pound, 600-horsepower NISMO model. In addition to the NISMO Appearance Package that includes Rays wheels, a clear-coated carbon fiber hood and an exclusive engine cover, the NISMO version gets a limited-slip differential for the first time. It comes out this summer and will set you back $220,990.

All three will be available in limited numbers.

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yupididit GRM+ Memberand UltimaDork
5/16/23 4:32 p.m.

So, whats changed since 2009?

J.A. Ackley
J.A. Ackley Senior Editor
5/16/23 5:25 p.m.

In reply to yupididit :

Good question. I'll have an answer for you shortly.

J.A. Ackley
J.A. Ackley Senior Editor
5/16/23 5:34 p.m.

Here are some of the differences:

  • Redesigned front and rear fascias, rear wings and other body elements to increase downforce, reduce drag and improve handling.
  • NISMO has a new rear wing atop swan-neck-style supports, with an increase of almost 10% in surface area.
  • T-Spec gets even wider front fenders than the GT-R Premium, along with NISMO carbon ceramic brakes, gold-painted Rays forged wheels, a dark Mori Green interior color, special combination semi-aniline and suede interior upholstery and other enhancements.
  • NISMO gets a limited-slip diff for the first time.
Datsun310Guy MegaDork
5/16/23 8:19 p.m.

They actually making the Z and GTR?

Slippery GRM+ Memberand PowerDork
5/16/23 8:23 p.m.

In reply to J.A. Ackley :

Basically a body kit and an LSD. 

Pete. (l33t FS)
Pete. (l33t FS) GRM+ Memberand MegaDork
5/16/23 8:32 p.m.

It's not that they decided to just keep making the same platform for the Z and GT-R.


It's that they decided AFTER they stopped making the Z32, R32, S13, and B13.


I mean, they even had precedent - they kept making the S13 alongside the S14 for a while, and they made the B13 Sentra for quite a long time in other countries.



calteg SuperDork
5/17/23 8:58 a.m.

I guess this appeals to the guys that want a 911 Turbo S at a discount?? Not really sure what the target demo for the GT-R is anymore

SKJSS (formerly Klayfish)
SKJSS (formerly Klayfish) PowerDork
5/17/23 9:12 a.m.
calteg said:

I guess this appeals to the guys that want a 911 Turbo S at a discount?? Not really sure what the target demo for the GT-R is anymore

They are SO night and day.  The GT-R is an absolute turd.

ProDarwin MegaDork
5/17/23 9:15 a.m.
J.A. Ackley said:


It looks truly awful in this picture.  Is it squatting?  Does the RR wheel have positive camber?  What is going on here?

CyberEric Dork
5/17/23 9:19 a.m.

They didn't have a limited slip all this time? Or just one in the rear?

Surely the LSD had been invented when the GTR came out in 1909! (Sorry, I couldn't resist)

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