2024 Nissan GT-R Reveals Limited Editions Honoring Godzilla’s Legacy

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In the wake of this week’s introduction of the 2025 GT-R, Nissan’s North American division has introduced two distinctive special edition Nissan GT-R sports coupes for the 2024 model year. These limited-production models offer unique interpretations of the venerable nameplate, paying subtle homage to its illustrious history.

Dubbed the GT-R T-spec Takumi Edition and GT-R Skyline Edition, these two variants of the iconic Godzilla will see a limited production run, with availability expected at Nissan dealerships across the US in the summer. While pricing details are yet to be disclosed, they are anticipated to exceed those of the 2024 GT-R, which starts at over $120,000.

The 2024 GT-R T-spec Takumi Edition stands out with its striking Midnight Purple exterior, a clear nod to the legendary Skyline GT-R special edition models of bygone eras – some of which command substantial prices in today’s market. The interior of this edition features a distinctive Mori Green theme.

Beneath the hood, this special edition GT-R pays homage to the Takumi Masters – the skilled craftsmen responsible for hand-assembling the VR38DETT V6 engine.

To honor their expertise, the engine bay’s VIN plate will be adorned in gold, while the engine badge will bear red-etched lettering, symbolizing the meticulous attention to detail in engine tolerances and component balancing during assembly.

Besides these under-the-hood details, the GT-R T-spec Takumi Edition boasts mechanical upgrades, including GT-R NISMO carbon-ceramic brakes, gold-painted versions of the NISMO’s Rays 20-inch forged wheels, NISMO-tuned Vehicle Dynamic Control, and wider front fenders.

Meanwhile, the 2024 GT-R Skyline Edition dons a familiar hue – the iconic Bayside Blue paint color that was retired alongside the R34-generation GT-R, only to be resurrected with the 50th Anniversary Edition model in 2019. Based on the GT-R Premium, the interior of the Skyline Edition complements its exterior with a soothing Sora Blue color scheme.

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