Get out and buy the Nissan GT-R50 Italdesign while you still can

There's still time, yo!

The Nissan GT-R50 by Italdesign was first introduced at the Geneva Motor Show in 2019 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the original 1969 Nissan Skyline GT-R.

The Japanese manufacturer had also previously unveiled a working prototype in June 2018 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Italdesign, founded in Turin, Italy in 1968.

This magnificent Italian-Japanese supercar is based on the GT-R NISMO and it is both a technical and styling exercise to showcase the combination of Japanese engineering and Italian design and it definitely works. I mean, just look at it.

Furthermore, it is powered by a 3.8 L NISMO V6 producing 710 hp and 575 lb-ft of torque, that's 110 hp and 94 lb-ft more than the "standard" GT-R.

The GT-R50 has basically been on tour for over a year, it has recently been displayed at the NISMO Festival at Fuji Speedway and set to be a part of the upcoming Tokyo Auto Salon in January. The bad news is production is limited to 50 units only, but the good news there are still a few available to buy, with prices starting at $1.1 million. Deliveries will begin in late 2020.

But if you can't quite stretch to the real thing, you can grab yourself this 1:24 scale Nissan GT-R model kit for a much more reasonable price. Click here to order one now...

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Comments (19)

  • I Do Like But 1.1Million Come On.

      1 year ago
  • The price is ridiculously stupid just buy 10 GTR’s or 40 other cars or a koenigsegg

      1 year ago
  • It’s epic and gorgeous but I don’t think it’s worth the price. 🤑🤑🤑

      1 year ago
  • I would lick it

      1 year ago
  • Why would you pay 1 million dollars for a gtr with different panels and a horsepower upgrade you can get from bolt on parts?

      1 year ago
    • I'm afraid the answer to this question is always the same "because they can" :/

        1 year ago
    • Yeah, but for 60k you run that thing over to AMS and go alpha omega kit, and that million dollar car disappears in a split second.

        1 year ago