Nissan GT-R Egoist
Year of manufacture 2011 - ein echter Youngtimer
One of 2 in the world!
37.102 kms (abgelesen)
6 Zylinder Turbo
441kW (600 Hp)
Number of doors
Number of seats
Year of manufacture
renewed prior to transaction
With the GT-R, Nissan created a sports car icon and really challenged their rival Porsche. Never before did a Nissan lap the Nürburgring faster than the established Porsche. In 2011, Nissan decided to top it all off. Nissan presented the special edition GT-R Egoist, which promised more exclusivity and performance. It was to be the perfect collector's model. The factory presentation slides for the sale of this special model, which still exist, tell a powerful story of how the marketing and sale of this special model was conceived.
Nissan promised a lot for this special model. Accordingly, the spiritual father of the Nissan GTR, chief developer Kazutoshi Mizuno, designed the GT-R Egoist without regards to cost. The engine power was increased to 530 hp and the aerodynamics were revised . In addition, new brakes were used and the chassis was improved once again. Only the finest materials were used in the interior. The cockpit, for example, was completely lined with leather from cattle that lived a carefree life in Bavarian meadows and were processed by the German specialist Seton. Not only the seats were covered with leather, but also the seatbelt buckles, A & B pillars, the edging of the centre console, the cassette tunnel, even the door sill and the inside of the cup holders. This process alone took two months. But that's not all.
The GT R Egoist's Bose sound system was fitted in the optimum position based on the buyer's body measurements. The customers were specially invited to Japan for this. The steering wheel emblem. It became a work of art in three days of handwork, thanks to the approximately 6000-year-old Japanese lacquer art Urushi. On the outside, the carbon-fibre rear wing completes the overall work of art.
A total of only 39 units of this exclusive automobile were produced worldwide, and only two of these were left-hand drive. This example is number two of 39. Both left-hand drive models were painted in the same shade of pearl white, one model went to France, the other model was registered for the first time in Hamburg via the Nissan importer in 2014. The car has been serviced and has only run 37,000 km so far. It has received a Stage 1 performance upgrade from Nissan specialist Brömmler, resulting in an engine output of 600 hp.
The Nissan GT-R is not only a legend in the tuning scene. The great design, the playful interior and the brute power make it the perfect everyday sports car. The Egoist feels just as comfortable on a trackday on the racetrack as it does on a relaxed drive on the country road.
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