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According to CNET (This article and its images were originally posted on CNET December 7, 2018 at 10:20AM.)
When Nissan first showed off its GT-R50 collaboration with automotive design house Italdesign, many were stunned to hear that it would actually go into production. Now, we have an idea of what those 50 lucky buyers can expect to arrive in their driveways.
Nissan on Friday confirmed the production design of the GT-R50 with a new series of images. Compared to the concept, the exterior has barely changed, but the interior looks much closer to that of the stock GT-R — the motorsport-style gauge cluster is gone, and in its place is a regular GT-R cluster, with a proper infotainment screen by its side once more. Italdesign can get away with a lot, but it probably can’t get away with charging $1.1 million for a car without a screen.
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