Nissan has announced pricing for the 2017 GT-R, and it's getting more expensive.

The first model to be offered, the Premium, will start at $111,585. That reflects the $109,990 base price plus $1,595 for destination.

The outgoing Premium model started at $103,365, so the price has increased $8,220.

However, the newest version gets a titanium exhaust system as standard equipment. In the past, the titanium exhaust was a $12,900 option and was only available for the GT-R Nismo.

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2017 Nissan GT-R

2017 Nissan GT-R

The new Premium also comes with a host of interior upgrades that make the 2017 GT-R a more livable car for every day driving. These include a new dash, a new infotainment system with a larger screen, Nappa leather trim, and an acoustic glass windshield. In addition, the 2017 model has 20 more horsepower for a total of 565, thanks in part to that exhaust system.

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Nissan has also shared some option details. Pearl White and Blaze Metallic paint will run $1,000, Super Silver paint will cost $3,000, carpeted floor mats will run $295, and the Amber, Ivory, and Rakuta Tan Premium Interior packages will each set you back $4,000.

Nissan says it will offer four models of the 2017 GT-R. The Premium is first. It is set to come out in mid July. Due in fall is the updated version of the 600-hp GT-R Nismo, which hasn't been priced yet. A third model could be a new base version with a starting price closer to $100,000.

That leaves speculation on the remaining model. In the past, Nissan has offered Black Edition and Track Edition models. and the fourth model will probably be one of those.


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