Nissan has announced a new version of its GT-R supercar, called 'Track Pack', aimed at drivers who want an extra edge on the race track.
The fully road legal car sports lightweight six-spoke alloys with gloss black painted centres.
Special cooling ducts help reduce operating temperature of the front brakes. The rear discs also feature cooling ducts.
While the standard adjustable dampers stay the same as other GT-Rs, optimal track performance is achieved by revising the suspension's spring rates.
Internally, the latest version of the GT-R is fitted with blue bolster-trimmed Recaro front seats featuring a high grip material.
The car comes without rear seats, with the aim of reducing weight.
A 'Track Pack' badge is placed on the centre console to separate the GT-R Track Pack from standard versions.
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