Japanese carmaker Nissan has announced that fact that it wants to introduce a Nissan GT-R Gentleman Edition in France. The model has been available on other markets for four years now and France will get only 500 units. On the inside, the model got a red and black two-tone leather finish which is matched with red leather Recaro seats inserts TM, with the door handles and the shifter knob. The manufacturer offers a new option of the new Nissan GT-R Gentleman Edition, the V Pack which provides the model with lightweight wheels and carbon Track Pack version spoiler. The forged lightweight wheels have 1 kg each. The model can also get new Recaro bucket TM hull with carbon fiber and black leather as an option. In this case, the seat is lowered by 15 mm and all adjustments are being done manually. These seats are available as optional and so that you know, are compatible with the design pack. What remains unchanged are the titanium exhaust, the carbon spoiler and also the Bose audio system. For the ones interested in the model, Nissan declared that the Ultimate Silver paint is available on all versions still and Squale Grey, Black Metal, White Lunar Racing Blue and Vibrant Red are being offered as standard.
Nissan developed the Limited Edition Series Gentleman and this is actually the first limited series that was created to meet the wishes of customers looking for a refined supercar. It is only available in Grey Squale and has an exclusive amber red leather interior. The upholstery extends to the gear lever knob, the lever gaiter and handbrake. The new Nissan GT-R will receive an exclusive Gentleman Edition pack. To enrich the equipment of the car, the specialists offer bag, glasses case and covering pockets in stitched leather. The model will be available in high-performance Nissan centers in France.
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