Japanese carmaker Nissan has unveiled the 'GT-R Track Edition,' a more track focused version of the supercar known as Godzilla.
The new 'Track Edition' sits between the regular GT-R and the unhinged GT-R Nismo in the GT-R lineup.
The new car is a track-focused version of the GT-R supercar, with added extra tweaks from the Nismo variant which make it even better to drive on a racetrack.
The Track Edition carries over the regular GT-R's VR38 twin-turbo 3.8-litre V6 engine that produces 562bhp and 637Nm of torque.
Nissan has added Bilstein suspension, a lightweight anti-roll bar and 20-inch aluminium wheels along with a wider front bumper as well.
Also added is a carbon-fibre spoiler at the backwhich is available with optional carbon-fibre bootlid.
Inside, there are Recaro sports seats and a Track Edition badge on the dash along with techy stuff like a new 8-inch touchscreen and an 11-speaker sound system.
Nissan will start deliveries of the GT-R Track Edition in November this year with prices in the U.K. starting at £91,995 (Rs. 79.5 lakhs).