50th Anniversary Nissan GT-R
Celebrating 5 decades of performance
A racing-inspired lookWith its bold striping, the 50th Annivesary edition will turn heads.
Little touches that stand outFrom seats to kickplates,the 50th Anniversary edition logo is featured throughout.
Standing on the shoulders of giantsSince its inception in 1969, these GT-R models have become legendary.
A legendary supercar deserves an epic celebration. From its unique competition-inspired exterior to a custom-crafted interior, the 2020 GT-R 50th Anniversary Edition proves that 5 decades in, the Nissan GT-R will still leave you breathless.
1969 Nissan Skyline 2000GT-R sedan (PGC10)
The first Skyline GT-R was released in 1969, and was exclusive to the Japanese Nissan dealership network called Nissan Prince Store. Power was supplied by a 2.0L, DOHC, S20 Inline-six producing approximately 160 hp fed through a 5-speed manual transmission.
1971 Nissan Skyline 2000GT-R (KPGC10)
The GT-R became available as a coupe starting in March 1971, and earned its place in the model's legendary competition history as the GT-R racked up its 50th overall racing victory.
1973 Nissan Skyline 2000GT-R (KPGC110)
Powered by a 1989-cc I6 S20 engine, this edition of the GT-R was also known as the "Kenmeri" Skyline, due to a popular ad featuring a young couple (Ken and Mary) enjoying the Hokkaido countryside. Stricter emissions standards and the international oil crisis resulted in a total of only 197 cars being built.
1989 Nissan Skyline GT-R (R32)
The precursor of today's GT-R was introduced In 1989. The R32 Skyline had all-wheel drive and the famed Nissan RB26DETT inline six that pumped out approximately 280 horsepower. This GT-R model also has an incredible competition record, with 29 victories and zero defeats during 4 seasons of the Japan Touring Car Championship from 1990 through 1993.
1995 Nissan Skyline GT-R (R33)
The R33 GT-R launched with base GT-R and V-Spec models. The V-Spec employed a lowered, more focused suspension, and included the newer ATTESA E-TS Pro all-wheel drive system. For ultimate performance, the R33 GT-R V-Spec N1 model was available, made lighter by removing the ABS, air conditioning, sound system, rear wiper and carpeting in the trunk.
1998 Nissan Skyline GT-R (R34)
The R34 Skyline GT-R was introduced in 1998, and its RB26DETT twin-turbo I6 engine produced an impressive 327 hp. A video game legend, many enthusiast's first drive of a GT-R was a virtual one.