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50th Anniversary Edition is easy to drive – and still very fast.
I have been privileged to have driven and road tested every version of Nissan’s GT-R since the car was unveiled at the end of 2007.
Yes, that means that this particular high performance car has been around for 12 years already, and I have experienced them evolve from brutal and jarring to drive through something very fast and firm to a car that is a whole lot more refined – all the while still retaining a healthy dose of pace in a fast-charging world.
And it is going nowhere just yet, even though the car I will be talking about is the 50th Anniversary Limited Edition model. It’s not a run-out model; there is production planning beyond 2020. This car pays homage to when the first Skyline GT-R saw the light of day back in 1969.
– Article from The Citizen – Mark Jones, Author & Road Tester
Nissan GT-R 50th Anniversary Edition
Few vehicles in the world can be instantly identified by just three letters. But to motoring enthusiasts everywhere, “GT-R” has become synonymous with excitement, high performance and unparalleled refinement.
Making its debut at the 2019 New York International Auto Show, the 2020 Nissan GT-R 50th Anniversary Edition takes the nameplate to a level that was unimaginable when it was first introduced 50 years ago. To celebrate the half-century of the GT-R, engineers challenged themselves to find undiscovered performance potential while still making sure the car can be enjoyed by drivers at any level.
“A GT-R is about total balance management,” said Hiroshi Tamura, chief product specialist for the GT-R. “It is not about chasing a power figures, but creating a new GT-R, where no aspect has been overlooked. This is appropriate to celebrate the GT-R 50th anniversary.”