Nissan GT-R Track Pack launched in UK, pricing announced

Nissan GT-R Track Pack
Nissan GT-R Track Pack

The hardcore Track Pack for the Nissan GT-R is about to be launched in the UK and the Japanese company has announced pricing will start at £74,450 which represents a £10,000 premium over the standard model. Additionally, you can feast your eyes upon this batch of brand new photos of the model.

All modifications on the special model are geared towards offering a more track focused performance sports car. It includes a sportier suspension kit, additional brake cooling, a new front spoiler with carbon air ducts and special six-spoke RAYS black-walled alloy wheels. In the cabin, we find the rear seats have been removed while the front seats have been replaced with track-ready sports seats.

The 3.8-liter twin.turbo V6 engine has been deemed sufficient and remains unchanged with its 550 PS (405 kW / 542 hp) and 632Nm (466lb-ft) of torque enabling it to accelerate from 0-100kph (0-62mph) in just 2.8 seconds.

The Nissan GT-R Track Pack is limited to just the UK and Japanese car markets.


  • Hardcore GT-R arrives in the UK
  • ‘Track Pack’ features track-focused modifications

Nissan’s 22 High Performance Centres are braced for the first deliveries of the most focussed GT-R.

GT-R owners are among the most demanding in the world. In response to demand Nissan has replied with the GT-R Track Pack – a new version of the Nissan supercar for those drivers who require a faster, lighter, harder GT-R and one that has that extra edge at the race track.

The new car is called the Track Pack and offers GT-R drivers a more focussed driving experience while still remaining fully road legal. Unlike aftermarket modifications, this GT-R has the full blessing of the car’s creator Kazutoshi Mizuno.

On the outside, the new car features special six-spoke RAYS alloy wheels with gloss black centres. In addition to looking good these wheels give a total weight saving over the standard 2012 GT-R of 10kg.

Additional brake cooling ducts built into the carbon front splitter reduce the operating temperature by as much 100 degrees during track use, whilst similar ducts hidden behind the rear wheels channel cooling air over the rear discs.

Track Pack also features special, stiffer suspension designed to optimise track performance. It comprises a harder set-up and increased body rigidity and has been jointly developed with the GT-R development driver Toshio Suzuki during extensive testing at the Nurburgring. It will allow GT-R customers to achieve the perfect set-up at the track but, thanks to the special dampers, customers will be able to change the suspension for road-use at a flick of a switch, making the GT-R Track Pack suitable for all environments.

The changes that make up the Track Pack are not just under the shell, though. Inside the car loses rear seats but gains two track-ready front sports seats covered in what is affectionately referred to as ‘magic cloth’ by the father of GT-R, Kazutoshi Mizuno. The Track Pack also boasts special blue-on-grey sports seats made from fabric and leather. The high friction fabric is a special material that allows occupants to ‘stick’ to the seats during hard cornering and braking.

A Track Pack emblem also sits on the dashboard helping to identify this special GT-R model, whilst more comfortable seat belts, an enhanced Bose audio system, and a rear-view camera as fitted to the standard MY2012 GT-R also feature.

Performance statistics remain unchanged to the ‘standard’ 2012 GT-R. That means Track Pack customers will still be able to enjoy the GT-R’s 550PS power output, and a 0-62 time of just 2.8 seconds.

The Track Pack is only available in the UK and Japan, and is priced at £10,000 more than the standard £74,450 GT-R.

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Mikeado Mikeado
A review by TopGear (who are more serious in magazine form than on TV... a bit) says it's no major upgrade. A brilliant and seriously fast car is still a brilliant and seriously fast car, the ride's just harder. It's basically like the Competition Pack for the BMW M3. Shame, really.
Apr 29th, 2012 1:38am
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Homerlovesbeer Homerlovesbeer
Hmm remove seats, add brake ducts, new spoiler, wheels and suspension.....charge 10k for the privillage. Seems a tad excessive.
Apr 28th, 2012 1:24am
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progressive progressive
"from 0-100kph (0-62mph) in just 2.8 seconds." Maybe you miss bigger picture.
Apr 28th, 2012 1:51am
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So can the latest updated stock GT-R. They made practically no weight reduction on a track car and still want 10k more for that. For 10k you could buy aftermarket carbon hood, carbon trunk, carbon seats, adjustable coilovers and much more to make it lighter, faster.
Apr 28th, 2012 11:09am
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