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No doubt that the NISMO version of the GT-R is the proverbial ‘king of the hill’ but there’s very little other versions of the GT-R to make a claim for that tile. Sure, there’s plenty of tuner creations that offer extreme stuff so the GT-R Track Edition is a welcome edition to the OEM lineup.

Offering a version of the 2017 GT-R that fits right in between the hardcore NISMO and the entry-level version, the GT-R Track Edition isn’t something new. It is in fact only new for the MY2017 version of the Nissan GT-R, the pre-facelift already utilized this concept of NISMO suspension without the extra horsepower.


Now pushing the 570hp through 20” inch onto the tarmac, the GT-R Track Edition is also kept under control by a new composite rear spoiler. Driving it also means more control, more control over your body as new Recaro seats hug you harder than ever.

How to recognize them? The red details should be a quite obvious hint.

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