Demand for Nissan’s new GT-R is not dying down with prices increased by 3.8% on all orders from December 8.
Nissan said the price rise reflects an engine power increase of 3bhp to 483bhp in the 3.8-litre V6, Dunlop SP Sport 600 DSST tyres, new storm white exterior paint and Rays alloy wheels as standard.
For customers ordering now, the price of the GT-R has gone up by £1,995 across all three models, starting at £56,795 for the standard model, £58,095 for the Premium Edition and £59,395 for the Black Edition.
Deliveries of the GT-R will begin in April through the network of Nissan High Performance Centres.
To date, Nissan has taken 2,500 customer orders in Europe with 1,200 coming from the UK. Any new customer orders should expect delivery in mid 2010.