Available only by special order, the Track Edition adds a host of special elements from the top-shelf Nismo version.
Track Edition upgrades include adhesive bonding in critical areas to increase chassis rigidity and the addition of Nismo-tuned Bilstein dampers.
The GT-R Track Edition also features extra carbon fiber trim inside and out and comes wearing lightweight, six-spoke Rays wheels with special knurled lips to prevent the wheels from spinning inside the tires.
Sadly, the Track Edition doesn't get the Nismo engine, but instead the base powerplant with 565 horsepower.and titanium exhaust as found on the stock car.
The titanium exhaust from the base GT-R is also included on the Track Edition.
The 2017 Nissan GT-R Track Edition will make its US debut at the New York Auto Show this week.
The GT-R Track Edition will be available in dealers this summer, but again it will only be special order.
With a base price of $127,990, the Nissan GT-R Track Edition slots between the Premium and Nismo versions in the model range.
The Track Edition is a Nismo light with not all, but some of the handling improvements from the most performance-oriented Nismo model.
The $127,990 Track Edition occupies the sweet spot between the $109,990 base car and $174,990 Nismo GT-R.