Always the upstart

Starting in 1969, the first Nissan Skyline GT-R obliterated the competition in Japan’s domestic touring races, winning 52 races in its first three years of competition.

It’s never stopped improving

The current R35 model embraces the Japanese ideal of “Kaizen” constant and never-ending improvement — the reason the GT-R has remained the pinnacle of performance since it was introduced in 2008.

And now, it’s the best GT-R ever

Call it obsession, or passion, or just Nissan-ness, but the 2024 GT-R continues the tradition with enhanced aerodynamics, performance, and design. We wouldn’t have it any other way.

2024 Nissan GT-R reveal video

Japan market 2024 GT-R Reveal Video

Watch the unveiling of the new Japan-market 2024 GT-R. Planned to hit the market in Summer 2023.

2024 GT-R exterior design

Sharpening the edge

The GT-R has already rewritten the rules of aerodynamics, but that doesn’t stop us from continuing to scrutinize every detail to enhance performance. For the GT-R form must always follow function. The fact that it is also stunning? Well, that’s just the icing on the cake. 

2024 Nissan GT-R side profile in a wind tunnel with glowing aerodynamic flow lines

Nissan GT-R® T-spec® shown in Millennium Jade. Overseas model shown.
Actual production model may vary.

Fast forward

The 2024 GT-R features new canards, front lip spoiler and redesigned front fascia to decrease drag and increase downforce, while adding to the aggressive look.

Nissan GT-R® T-spec® shown in Millennium Jade. Overseas model shown.
Actual production model may vary.

A quick exit

The rear of the GT-R features a new rear spoiler design to increase downforce, while a redesign of the sides of the bumpers helps decrease aerodynamic drag.

2024 GT-R T-spec®

Crafted, curated, and breathtaking

The 2024 GT-R T-spec returns with a bold new look that stands out from the crowd — even among other GT-Rs. Exterior colors that honor previous GT-R models. Special badging, stunning lightweight wheels, and competition-yellow, heat-resistant brakes. [[1460]] Special doesn’t even begin to describe it.

2024 Nissan GT-R side profile in a wind tunnel with glowing aerodynamic flow lines

It stands out, even among other

The T-spec exterior palette includes two exclusive colors — Midnight Purple and Millennium Jade — which are rich in GT-R history.

It wears the badge with honor

Subtle T-spec badging is found inside and out. Those in the know, will know.

And it comes to play

With unique gold-painted NISMO®-forged wheels and Nissan carbon ceramic brakes, the T-spec performs as beautifully as it looks.[[1460]]

2024 Nissan GT-R interior showing Mori Green Semi-aniline Leather with Synthetic Suede Inserts

Bespoke from the ground up

The 2024 GT-R T-spec features an interior like no other. It starts with exclusive Mori Green trim on the seats, door panels, and dash. Settle in to rich semi-aniline leather-appointments with synthetic suede inserts and reach up to an Alcantara® headliner with quilted stitching. [[115]] Gaze downward, and take in T-spec kick plates. You might never want to leave. Nissan GT-R® T-spec shown in Mori Green Semi-aniline Leather appointments. Pre-production model shown. Actual production model may vary.


Raising the bar to new heights

The ultimate GT-R is all the more so for 2024. You’ll find aerodynamic improvements and mechanical enhancements, all in the pursuit of grip. And since a NISMO driver is never a wallflower (why would you be?), there’s even a new available  Appearance Package serving up a carbon-fiber hood with clear paint and special edition wheels.[[161]][[165]]

2024 Nissan GT-R NISMO in Stealth Gray, with a spoiler, on a racetrack

First impressions matter

Air, meet GT-R NISMO. Optimized for more line-tracking performance, the NISMO-unique front lip, canards, and grille all help add downforce, while the grille also helps with cooling. 

And so do final impressions

Aerodynamic enhancements for greater downforce include a new rear fascia, reshaped trunk lid, and a competition-derived swan-necked spoiler.  

Grip, grip, and more grip

The GT-R NISMO adds a new front limited slip differential for the first time ever. Working with the rear limited slip, it allows enhanced control of the 600-hp beast that lives under the hood.

1969 Skyline 2000 GT-R, front 3/4 profile

A brief history of the Nissan GT-R

The evolution of the supercar

To understand where you’re going, you must first know where you’ve been.