When Nissan updated the GT-R for 2017, it was all but obvious than the hopped-up GT-R Nismo would receive the same updates. It was more a matter of when, not if.
Unlike the standard GT-R, the Nismo packs a load of carbon fiber in the front bumper.
Nissan claims it's its highest-downforce car to date, which will be great for all the track junkies out there.
The twin-turbocharged V-6 under its hood puts out 600 horsepower and 481 pound-feet of torque.
The car will be available in four different exterior colors, although we don't know why you'd want anything but this great shade of white.
The Nismo also packs the same chassis updates as the standard model, making it stiffer before any additional tweaks.
But additional tweaks abound! Engineers adjusted the shocks, springs and sway bars.
There's also a Nismo-specific tuning on the adjustable dampers.
Inside, the cockpit shares the same button culling as the standard model, dropping from 27 interior switches to just 11.
Both the dashboard and the wheel are wrapped in Alcantara suede.
Another unique bit for the Nismo are its leather Recaro sport seats with red suede inserts.
The GT-R Nismo is assembled in Tochigi, Japan.