Nissan has whipped the covers off two limited-edition versions the GT-R, the GT-R Premium Edition T-spec and GT-R Track Edition engineered by Nismo T-spec. Exclusively available to the Japanese market, only 100 units of these special Nissans will be built. 

Nissan GT-R T-spec
Forged alloy wheels house carbon ceramic brakes.

The name “T-spec” represents the automaker’s philosophy of leading and shaping the times and is inspired by the words “trend” and “traction”

GT-R T-spec
Seen here is the track-focused GT-R Track Edition engineered by Nismo T-spec.

As standard, the duo of T-Spec limited editions are specially equipped with a model-specific engine cover and carbon-fibre rear spoiler. The GT-R T-spec models’ carbon ceramic brakes are housed in forged alloy wheels. The bronze wheels’ expanded rim width, Nissan says, has increased tyre rigidity” for “smooth and sensitive” handling. “Developed with a focus on enhanced driving performance,” the GT-R Track Edition engineered by Nismo T-spec gains an exclusive carbon-fibre roof and boot lid. Special badging for the front and rear signifies theses T-spec GT-Rs’ special status. 

GT-R T-spec
Interior gains fitment exclusive to these limited-edition GT-Rs.

For the T-spec models, a duo of new body colours have been added to the colour palette. These include Midnight Purple and Millennium Jade. According to the Japanese car manufacturer, Midnight Purple is an advanced version of the colour used on previous generations of GT-Rs and is inspired by aurora borealis. Millennium Jade, Nissan says, exudes sophistication and conveys a quiet, yet powerful presence. 

GT-R T-spec
Twin-turbocharged 3.8-litre V6 is built by hand.

As a reminder, the GT-R is powered by a 3.8-litre V6 petrol engine. The twin-turbocharged unit is endowed with 421 kW and 633 N.m of torque. Power and torque are directed to all four corners via a six-speed dual-clutch transmission.