Nissan and Italdesign may seem like strange partners, but they created a truly lovely-looking thing in the GT-R50 by Italdesign.

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After confirming the car for production in 2018 and some subsequent delays, we know the first customer cars will be ready in late 2020.

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Ahead of then, Nissan will show the first GT-50s at the 2020 Geneva Motor Show this coming March.

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The car is a passion project between Nissan and Italdesign.

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It celebrates the GT-R's 50th anniversary.

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The car also commemorates the 50th anniversary of Italdesign.

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These exposed taillights are one of the coolest features on the car.

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All of this craftsmanship costs $1.1 million, if you're wondering.

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Nissan said there are a limited number of build slots still open.

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Total, there will be 50 made.

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