Nissan GT-R Spec M rumored again…

Article by Christian Andrei, on August 26, 2010

Nissan will soon release a new GT-R Spec M model that boasts of providing extra velocity while offering the best in luxury and comfort features (of course, this is not new to 4WheelsNews readers as we already announced its debut this winter.

The Spec M, which is based on the powerful and costly GT-R SpecV, will get some aesthetic modifications both on the exterior and its interior.

Motor Trend said that the Spec M will feature a hand-built interior, complete with premium leather and contrasting Alcantara trim.

Carbonfiber is expected to be used generously on surfaces such as the steering wheel and shift knob. The car gets three coats of a premium paint finish, along with special detailing on the grille and rear diffuser. The Spec M will also be equipped with several of the upgrades on the GT-R Spec V.

This includes carbon ceramic Brembo brakes, a revised rear suspension, modified transmission gearing, and special aluminum wheels.

It's probable that the Spec M will also have the extra 15hp that the Spec V has over a "base" GT-R. Fans in North America are out of luck but since there would only be 30 examples to be offered in other GT-R markets, it's expected to run out quickly even if each car is priced at $210,000.

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