After having declared a couple of months ago that it will join hands with other companies in order to roll out an exclusive driving club, Japanese car manufacturer Nissan has unveiled the 2011 Nissan GT-R Club Track Edition exclusively for the Japanese car market which resulted from it’s partnership with NISMO, Nordring and Nova Engineering.
The Nissan GT-R Club Track Edition comes packed with goodies especially for the race track such as a 493+hp engine with 588+Nm of torque, a 4 point roll cage (optionally, one can opt for a 6 point version for 650,000 yen / $7,500), air brake guides, Bilstein dampers which are adjustable in 2 ways, custom TCM, ECM, ABS/VCD, NISMO MFD lap sensors and data logging kits, Dunlop tires, tow hawks, fire supression system, just to count a few.
If that sounds appealing to you, here’s the small print: it is only available to selected individuals members to the GT-R Prestige Club. Ok, no problem you’d say. But to get in you will require a 2,000,000 yen membership (just over $23,000) entrance fee plus a 1,000,000 yen yearly renewal ($11,500).
The Nissan GT-R Club Track Edition will have the price tag of 10,479,000 yen (a shade over $120,000) and will be available in five colour choices: Black Pearl, Brilliant White, Blue Pearl, Vibrant Red and Dark Metal Grey.
Memberships close on the 20th of September.