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GT-R NISMO N Attack JDM Pricing, Details Announced



Nissan Japan has officially announced package pricing and details for the on the GT-R NISMO that achieved the record setting 7'08" Nurburgring record lap, the GT-R NISMO N Attack. From Nissan:

YOKOHAMA, Japan (July 23, 2014) - Nissan Motorsports International Co., Ltd. (Nismo) is offering the “NISMO N Attack Package,” which takes the dedicated parts used by the NISSAN GT-R NISMO at the Nürburgring circuit, where it recorded the fastest time of any other volume production car, and combines them with assembly at the directly managed NISMO Omori Factory. This package will now be offered as a FACTORY LINE product and Nismo will be accepting orders starting from July 23rd.

On September 30th 2013, at the Nürburgring circuit, the NISSAN GT-R NISMO recorded a time of 7 minutes 8.679 seconds, a time which shattered the NISSAN GT-R's own previous best time by more than 10 seconds. Behind the wheel of the NISSAN GT-R NISMO was a driver squad led by Michael Krumm that was supported by a team of engineers and mechanics from both Nissan and Nismo. Together they took up the challenge of Nürburgring's Nordschleife (North Course), a track that is unique amongst all others around the world for combining a closed circuit with a nearby mountain pass, and this team superbly cleared the time that they had set for themselves.

The “NISMO N Attack Package” offers the dedicated parts that were specially developed through this project to achieve optimal speed such as aerodynamics necessary for superior down-force, suspension which can handle such a punishing road surface full of undulations and turbulent fluctuations, and full bucket seats essential to maintain the optimal driving position even under powerful g-forces. These parts are combined with assembly at the Omori Factory whose mechanics are indispensable in the tuning of numerous Nissan vehicles and who participated in the time attack project. This is really a package that allows you to faithfully recreate the vehicle which blitzed the time attack at Nürburgring.

There are two types of packages on offer in order to meet the unique needs of our customers. The complete “N Attack Package A kit” (two seat / notification of fundamental structure changes required) which allows you to fully enjoy the same performance of the time attack car and the "N Attack Package B kit" (4 seat spec) which is based on the A kit but also gives consideration to everyday use. For both the A and B kit delivery of the vehicle is received by the Omori factory and, after assembly, driving tests and the production of a notification of fundamental structure changes (A kit only) the car will be delivered to you.

In addition, the car can also be equipped with the optional, competition exclusive parts of a dedicated carbon hood gurney and six-point seatbelt intended for use only in closed circuits.

Sale of this package to customers outside of Japan is scheduled to begin after autumn.




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http://www.nismo.co....ash/140006.html

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so what's the pricing?
About $80,700 US for the full conversion to match the Time Attack car exactly. 41,300 for the kit that retains the rear seats and doesnt have the LSD's or the BOV carbon delete intakes


Again these prices are yen converted for the JDM only and include assembly and paint work at Omori Factory. They do however give you an idea of what to expect IF this ever becomes available stateside

your feedback in this thread could prove valuable for input to Nissan about how to offer this in our market so lets have a good discussion on what possible options might be
I assume that's 80k over the price of the NISMO, not regular GT-R? So for the ultimate GT-R we're looking at $230k before mark up?!
wow.

I assume that's 80k over the price of the NISMO, not regular GT-R? So for the ultimate GT-R we're looking at $230k before mark up?!


yes on top of the NISMO

for example my estimated NISMO MSRP was $164+ with exhaust ( which is required for Kit A) hypothetically based on these Japan market prices just for conversation on here depending on package A or B $205-245 respectively. Then you need to add $5K for the matte gray to match the car in the picture


the press release states these packages are only intended for Japan. so its possible we might see different grouping of parts or maybe just things like suspension and aero sold individually if we see any of it at all.

but everyone wants to know what the exact 7:08 car would cost so for the sake of that argument you an apply these numbers to what our NISMO costs. so that means that car is a $250K GTR for all intents and purposes


Typical Nismo pricing!!

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Kit A is the true Time Attack only car.. Thats not going to be a practical streetable car and it now makes sense to me know they would offer 2 packages. I just didnt see some of those components as feasible options like the BOV delete pipes and the racing Diffs.

Kit B is basically the aero/bodywork the suspension and the ECU/TCM. you would think this might be the for rational offering for the USDM.. however with the ECU that will require emissions testing. so I almost feel the option of a la carte' suspension(the suspension has to be adjusted manually and takes away the set up switch functionality from the NISMO.)
and bodywork pieces are the only viable way for us to get any of this. but then you have to ask whats the point and what real world improvements would you gain from it for the cost. I would contend a 165K NISMO is enough


I do like that the A/B package set up puts this into some perspective and shows the N attack is a progressive collection of add on parts and not some completely different model over what has been refereed to as the lesser base NISMO car. Maybe at least it will now keep the detractors busy as they must also wonder what Kit B would run at the Ring vs A vs the "regular" NISMO

but Nissan said they would make these parts available and they did so that is that and now hopefully we can move on
Truly a waste of money. Bummer to see that Nissan has diverted so far from the initial premise in the US market. By the time this is available, an Aventador will be $310k.

Kit A is the true Time Attack only car.. Thats not going to be a practical streetable car and it now makes sense to me know they would offer 2 packages. I just didnt see some of those components as feasible options like the BOV delete pipes and the racing Diffs.

Kit B is basically the aero/bodywork the suspension and the ECU/TCM. you would think this might be the for rational offering for the USDM.. however with the ECU that will require emissions testing. so I almost feel the option of a la carte' suspension(the suspension has to be adjusted manually and takes away the set up switch functionality from the NISMO.)
and bodywork pieces are the only viable way for us to get any of this. but then you have to ask whats the point and what real world improvements would you gain from it for the cost. I would contend a 165K NISMO is enough


I do like that the A/B package set up puts this into some perspective and shows the N attack is a progressive collection of add on parts and not some completely different model over what has been refereed to as the lesser base NISMO car. Maybe at least it will now keep the detractors busy as they must also wonder what Kit B would run at the Ring vs A vs the "regular" NISMO

but Nissan said they would make these parts available and they did so that is that and now hopefully we can move on


Agreed. But the times will be needed for the base NISMO and the B package.

That said.... Damn the price is a little more then I expected, and that's excluding the US only option currently of shipping the car to Japan. How long will Nissan offer this package? For $80k you can remake the NISMO N Attack Pack A package with aftermarket parts and have CCM brakes, CF roof, and cash for race fuel and tires to burn.

Agreed. But the times will be needed for the base NISMO and the B package.



A time for package B probably doesnt exist as the decision to group the parts in a more road friendly package seems to have been made after the fact. so what im saying is the configuration of package B exactly might not have ever been ran on the Ring for all we know. The time for the regular NISMO must exist as it was the R&D starting point and again I have reason to believe it was just around 4+ secs and im currently trying to confirm this as I genuinely want and even deserve to know
No way jose

A time for package B probably doesnt exist as the decision to group the parts in a more road friendly package seems to have been made after the fact. so what im saying is the configuration of package B exactly might not have ever been ran on the Ring for all we know. The time for the regular NISMO must exist as it was the R&D starting point and again I have reason to believe it was just around 4+ secs and im currently trying to confirm this as I genuinely want and even deserve to know


We all deserve to know my friend. That's the $160k question.
Did you see the NISMO full carbon bucket seats in the N Package ??? SOO nice me want so bad.
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Lambo prices.

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OOHHH Yeh love them. Going to visit NISMO next month when my '15 comes in and check how much they want for the seats and see if my 200 lb gaijin ass can fit in them
Japanese site more pictures. How about those C/F pipes ?? Fancy but effective??

http://www.nismo.co..../GT-R_NISMO.pdf

Truly a waste of money. Bummer to see that Nissan has diverted so far from the initial premise in the US market. By the time this is available, an Aventador will be $310k.


I don't agree completely. Definitely not the price for performance you would want. But how many of these will actually be ordered and make it to customer hands? 5? 10? We're talking 20 tops and probably fewer than that. Then look at what the really limited editions of R34s sell for compared to the regular ones. No one buying this edition of the car is going to lose money. It will be a novelty investment car for those who want a super special edition R35 that they will never drive. If I had that kind of cash, I'd be tempted to get one... but only if I had another car or three to enjoy driving because this one would likely sit in a bubble in my garage.

Truly a waste of money. Bummer to see that Nissan has diverted so far from the initial premise in the US market. By the time this is available, an Aventador will be $310k.


And it will still be a lot slower.

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These a recaro seats. You can custom order exactly these seats wirhout the nismo logo for much less $
I could not see paying 250k for the Nismo.
I told you guys I would try to find out and im one step closer


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I told you guys I would try to find out and im one step closer


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That is right in the range I predicted. It just does not seem feasible they would do as much extra development to the NISMO and only gain 3-4 seconds. There was a LOT of effort specifically put into breaking out the sub-7:10 lap time.
when he says the engineers say its capable of "7:16." its important to know that those same engineers pegged the N attack at 7:10 according to Tamura-San. Thats why they were so happy when Michael Krumm broke into the 7:08. so I think Mr Palmer is right in that the driver variable is good for a few seconds so I think 7:13/7:14 is not out of reason with him at the wheel just like 7:08 wasnt with the 7:10 engineer expectation


Ive reached out to Michael Krumm aswell as he was quoted saying the N attack itself was possibly capable of 2 more secs hypothetical (7:06) with cleaning up a few small mistakes he made. so I would like to know his assessment of the NISMO time too with the driver plugged in.
Hi Res images from release event in Japan

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