The 2015 Nissan GTR has a starting price of $101,770 in the US.
The power-house coupe comes in three different editions, the Premium, priced as above, the GTR Black edition — which has a starting price of $111,510 — and the GTR Track Edition, which has a MSRP of $115,710.
There is also a destination and handling fee of $1,595 on all models.
The 2015 Nissan GTR features a stonking 545hp 3.8liter twin turbo V6 engine producing 463 lb/ft of torque.
Considering the power, fuel economy isn’t too bad — with the GTR managing 23mpg on the highway and 16mpg in the city.
It comes with a paddle-shift 6-speed sequential transmission, which can shift at speeds more often seen on race cars.
The Premium and Black Edition GTRs were put on sale at dealerships early in 2014, while the Track Edition and the new Nissan GTR Nismo are expected to go on sale in summer 2014.
Major changes for the 2015 edition of the GTR include improved suspension, more refined exterior with LED headlights, and a more luxurious interior and carbon-style instrument cluster behind the steering wheel. The Track Edition comes with a carbon fiber trunk lid.
The Premium and Black editions include lightweight forged aluminum RAYS wheels, a unique black and red interior, and carbon fiber rear spoiler. Ivory and Red Amber interiors are also available.
Meanwhile, the limited-edition Track Edition GTR has specially-tuned suspension, improved brakes, a front spoiler with carbon fiber air ducts, heated front seats, rear seats, and a sports-tuned suspension.
Compared to the previous year’s model, the 2015 Nissan GTR offers improved holding on the road, better handling, and a reduction in road vibrations and noise.
An 11-speaker Bose sound system and rear-view camera come as standard.