2025 Nissan GT-R Launched In Japan

BY Vivek Max R

2025 GT-R sales are planned to start in June 2024.

Dedicated to “pursuing the ultimate driving pleasure,” the GT-R R35, affectionately known as 'Godzilla', has steadily evolved since debuting in 2007 as Nissan's flagship super sports car.

Premium Edition Godzillas are available in six grades - Pure Edition, Black Edition, Premium Edition, Premium Edition T-Spec, Track Edition engineered by NISMO, and Track Edition engineered by NISMO T-Spec.

Premium Edition

Premium Edition

The Premium Edition T-spec and the Track Edition engineered by NISMO incorporate high precision weight-balanced piston rings, connecting rods and crankshafts, previously only available in the NISMO Special Edition, for snappier revs and faster turbo spooling.

Blue Heaven

Blue Heaven

Two NISMO variants will also be available - the NISMO, and the NISMO Special Edition.

All editions come with Nissan's six-speed dual-clutch transmission with all-wheel drive and are Japan-market only or JDM as known in enthusiast circles.

Although orders can now be placed at Nissan dealers and Nissan High Performance Centres in Japan, production is limited and Nissan says that some orders might not be accepted.

We don't know of anyone crazy enough to parallel import this new Godzilla into Singapore. Given the new vehicle tax and emissions structures currently in place, a base-model Pure Edition could likely cost close to $500,000 once COE is also factored into the equation.

For context, that's double or more what Godzilla cost to own in Singapore when it first came out in 2007. Let's not even talk about what the NISMO variants would cost to bring to Singapore.

The Nissan GT-R online catalogue can be perused here.

Photo Credits: Nissan