2021 Nissan GT-R T Spec

Nissan unveils the T-Spec limited edition model that pays homage to the R34 GT-R

The Nissan GT-R has been in production for the last 14 years, so it’s getting a little long in the tooth. Now, Nissan has unveiled the 2021 GT-R T-Spec to pay homage to R34 GT-R before it goes out of production.

The T-Spec has been launched with your choice of two colors, the first being Millennium Jade, which was featured on the R34 GT-R V-Spec II Nur. Only 156 examples of the R34 GT-R were painted in this shade. They include the Millennium Jade, which was featu

The other shade is Midnight Purple, a shade that has only been applied to 132 examples of the R34 GT-R

The T-Spec sits above the GT-R Premium trim and features wider fenders

A custom carbon-fiber wing to aid for improved Aero

Forged copper-tone alloy wheels, finished by Japanese wheelmaker, RAYS

The Cockpit is typical GT-R and was clearly built with great attention to detail. There is ample use of both leather and Alcantara finished in Mori Green.

The premium semi-aniline leather-appointed seats feature pearl suede accents

There are enough T-Spec badges both inside and out to remind you that you're in limited edition GT-R

Under the hood of the T-Spec lies the familiar R38DETT twin-turbo 3.8-liter V-6 engine that produces 565 hp & 467 lb-ft torque

It sends power to the Godzilla's AWD system through a six-speed dual-clutch gearbox

Other performance upgrades include a new engine cover

Carbon Ceramic Brakes

Suspension Upgrades, which aren't as aggressive as the Nismo version

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