Starting in 1969, the first Nissan Skyline GT-R obliterated the competition in Japan’s domestic touring races, winning 52 races in its first three years of competition.

    The current R35 model embraces the Japanese ideal of “Kaizen" – constant and never-ending improvement. It's why GT-R has remained the pinnacle of performance since it arrived in 2008.

    Now the 2024 GT-R continues the tradition with enhanced aerodynamics, performance and design. We wouldn’t have it any other way.
2024 Nissan GT-R Reveal video

2024 GT-R® Reveal Video

Experience the unveiling

Watch as the 2024 Nissan GT-R makes its first appearance at the 2023 Tokyo Auto Salon. Hit play and be transported right to centre stage.

2024 GT-R® Exterior Design

Sharpening the edge

The GT-R has already rewritten the rules of aerodynamics, but that doesn’t stop us from scrutinizing every detail to set new benchmarks of performance. Here, form always follows function. GT-R's show-stopping appearance is just the icing on the cake.

2024 Nissan GT-R driving through blue windstream to demonstrate aerodynamic design
Overseas model shown. Actual production model may vary.
The 2024 Nissan GT-R front lip spoiler and grille.

Pushing the look

The 2024 GT-R features new canards to decrease drag and a new front lip spoiler to increase downforce. A redesigned grille and intake add to the aggressive look.  

The 2024 Nissan GT-R rear spoiler

Refined with purpose

The rear of the GT-R features a new rear spoiler design to increase downforce, while a redesign of the sides of the bumpers helps decrease aerodynamic drag.   

2024 GT-R® T-spec®

Special comes standard

Sleeker than sleek, the 2024 GT-R T-spec stands out from the crowd – even among other GT-Rs. Offering unique exterior colours, it pays homage to previous GT-R models. Plus, it boasts exclusive badging, stunning lightweight wheels and heat-resistant brakes in competition-yellow. [[2202]] Special doesn’t even begin to describe it. 

Two 2024 Gt-R T-spec facing opposite directions
Nissan GT-R® T-spec® shown in Millennium Jade. [[1702]] Overseas model shown. Actual production model may vary.

Born to stand out

The T-spec exterior palette includes two exclusive colours – Midnight Purple and Millennium Jade – which are rich in GT-R history.

Built to wear the badge

Subtle T-spec badging is found on the front grille, trunk lid and centre console. Those in the know, will know.

Bound to let loose

With unique gold-painted NISMO®-forged wheels and Nissan carbon ceramic brakes, the T-spec performs even better than it looks. [[1908]]

Interior view of front seats in 2024 Nissan GT-R T-spec
Pre-production model shown.

Bespoke looks good on you

The 2024 GT-R T-spec features an interior like no other. Step inside and take in the exclusive Mori Green trim on the seats, door panels and dash. Settle into rich semi-aniline leather-appointments with synthetic suede inserts. An Alcantara® headliner adds to the look with quilted stitching, while T-spec kick plates provide the perfect finishing touches. [[1505]]

Pre-production model shown.

2024 GT-R® NISMO®

Raising the bar once again

The ultimate GT-R is all the more so for 2024. You’ll find aerodynamic improvements and mechanical enhancements, all in the pursuit of superior grip. And since a NISMO® driver is about anything but blending in, there's even a newly available Appearance Package. That means adding a carbon-fibre hood with transparent paint and special edition wheels. [[2203]][[2212]]

2024 Nissan GT-R Nismo driving down race track
Nissan GT-R® NISMO® shown in Stealth Grey. [[1702]] Overseas model shown. Actual production model may vary. [[2204]]

Bending the air

Optimized for more line-tracking performance, GT-R® NISMO's unique front lip, canards and grille all help add downforce, while the grille promotes cooling. 

Driving downforce

Aerodynamic enhancements for greater downforce include a new rear fascia, reshaped trunk lid and a competition-derived swan-necked spoiler.  

Gripping your emotions

The GT-R® NISMO® adds a new front limited slip differential to supplement grip. Working with the rear limited slip, it helps enhance control of the 600-hp beast that lives under the hood.