The price to put yourself behind the wheel of a will start at $70,850 for base models. Buyers of the Premium model receive stickier rubber, a Bose audio system, heated front seats and side and curtain airbags for $72,900. Both prices include a $1000 destination charge.
Nissan is giving customers just a few choices when optioning their GT-Rs. Super Silver paint will cost buyers $3000 while an iPod adapter rings in at $360 and carpeted floor mats are $280.
GT-R deliveries will begin July 7, with the first cars going to the more than 1700 Americans who have already placed orders. That leaves about 800 GT-Rs still unclaimed for the first year of production. To get your hands on one of the 480-hp, twin-turbo sports cars, make your way to one of Nissan’s 671 dealers who have been certified to sell the car.