2011 Nissan GT-R Spec M spied at Nurburgring

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TheNissan GT-R Spec M has been the object of desire for many since rumors started circulating that Nissan was planning for a modified "Godzilla" in the near future. Back in March, Nissan confirmed those rumors and announced that the Spec M would make its appearance sometime this winter . Fortunately, those with a taste for the fast and scrumptious will be able to feast their eyes on the Spec M as it performs some testing on the Nurburgring , courtesy of the boys over at Auto Motor Und Sport.

The future Spec M is based on the GT-R SpecV and will receive an aerodynamic package and a new interior. This interior is rumored to be highly customizable to the customer’s every need and want. The Spec M will also be getting ripple control shock absorbers, a refined suspension, and an optional spoiler package. Customers can also opt for an aluminum or wood grain trim and a choice of seat colors.

Official specs have yet to be released for the GT-R Spec M, but we should see some sort of performance upgrade to go along with the new front bumper, new lower air intakes, and the new exhaust system.

The price for the 2011 Nissan GT-R Spec M is said to be around $140,000.


6 comments:

I love the idea of the interiors being customized, it adds flavor to the car’s marketing sales. What I do not agreed upon is its external design, I just don’t find it attrac

The grill is cleaner than the current GT-R, and is a minor but still appreciable improvement. I do hope there are side intakes being covered there—always thought the bumper needed side intakes to round out the look.

Ak hasnt showed up right?

Good to have you back.

Hi uncia im back again

Nissan needs to equip this car with a good old-fashioned 6spd manual instead of the overly-intrusive and unreliable paddle-shift automatic that it has now.

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