We all know that the Nissan GT-R is a world class Japanese supercar, but is it worth $250,000? The fine folks at Nismo and Stillen think it is.
The Nissan GT-R is a great performer right off the showroom floor, but like anything, is enough performance ever enough? For those who want to lap the Nurburgring a bit faster than all your supercar buddies, you’re going to want the Nissan GT-R Nismo N-Attack package.
The N-Attack package will now be available to U.S. GT-R Nismo owners via California tuning company Stillen. The GT-R owners in Japan will have their N-Attack package installed by the company’s Omori factory.
The N-Attack package isn’t cheap, with prices topping out as high as $98,000. This is in addition to the $150,000 that you’ll have to shell out for the Nismo GT-R base car which is a requirement. That brings the total of the Nismo GT-R with the N-Attack package to nearly $250,000. Quite a sum for Nissan, don’t you think?
The N-Attack Package A is meant for the track and includes upgraded aerodynamics, suspension brakes, seats and more. The car gets a massive wing on the back, the rear seats are replaced with a carbon fiber cover, intercooler system modifications, the seats are replaced with carbon fiber units and both front and rear differentials are revised. There is also a less costly B Package available which runs about $52,000.
The Nissan GT-R was already one fast car around the Nurburgring, with the N-Attack package, it’s transformed into a Nurburgring dominating, supercar crushing, attack vehicle.