Produced in only 50 units as Limited Edition, What is the Nissan GT-R50 price for Indonesian customers? surprisingly shocked!
Caruser.net – The work of Nissan Motor Corp. and Italdesign collaboration, in the form of a Nissan GT-R50 Supercar finally confirmed to enter the production line. This super variant of the legendary Sportcar was deliberately made to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Nissan GT-R, which happened to coincide with the 50th Italdesign anniversary. So that the number 50 is pinned on the name of this supercar.
According to the car maker, the number 50 was a special icon for this Japanese supercar, so the unit was limited to only 50 units as a special limited edition. The lucky petrolheads who are approved to buy it are tightly selected .
With this kind of exclusivity, the price will not be a problem for Nissan GT-R lovers. As we know that the Japanese Sportcar is very legendary and is owned by many people around the world, so to be the GT-R50 owner will be a very special fight by the lover.
The amazing thing is the price of the Nissan GT-R50, which is € 990,000 or around Rp. 16.34 billion. The event crazy thing is that the price is Off-the-Road in Europe, which means that there will be other costs to be provided by the buyers, of course the amount will not be small.
Let’s calculate what the price range of this car is if this beast is sold in Indonesia? We just analogize the price of Lamborghini Urus, a Super SUV that had just been launched in Indonesia at a price of Rp. 8.5 Billion Off-the-Road Jakarta.
Lamborghini Urus prices in Europe are around € 200,000 or Rp. 3.3 billion, but when entering Indonesia it becomes Rp. 8.5 billion. This means that in a rough count, an increase of up to 258%.
So, the possibility of increasing the price of the Nissan GT-R50 will not be much different, which is around Rp. 42.16 billion, if calculated, increases by 258%. But please be notified, this is only a rough calculation with estimation only, so it’s not necessarily right.
Let’s imagine again, that much money will be enough to buy 4 Lamborghini Urus, or 81 units of the Toyota Fortuner, or 105 units of Toyota Innova, or 196 units of Toyota Avanza, or 317 units of Toyota Agya.
“Amazing isn’t it?” We have been able to fill the football field with full of cars from the amount of money only to buy 1 unit of the Nissan GT-R50. For those of us who are not crazy rich, of course it seems unreasonable, but for people who are extraordinary wealth, such as middle eastern petrodollar bosses, that number could be just change.
With the specialty of the Nissan GT-R50, the dozens of billions is actually still reasonable considering the limited edition car like this is not rarely considered as an investment by wealthy petrolheads. Because the price does no go down, it will even continue to increase when sold as secondhand.
Because the demand is huge, but the unit will never increase, only 50 special units. This is common in other limited edition hypercar purchased only for resale at much crazy price. Like the Ferrari FXX-K, which the owner sold without ever being used before.
The world is not lacking in rich people just to buy a much more expensive cars, especially for the Nissan GT-R50 which was built with the legendary big heritage of the Nissan GT-R.
“The reactions of Nissan fans around the world and potential customers of the GT-R50 exceeded our expectations. 50 of these cars, celebrating the presence of 50 years of the GT-R, and 50 years of Italdesign. This car is very special by maintaining the heritage of a fantastic Nissan sports car,” said Bob Laishley, the Director of Nissan Sports Car Global.
The Nissan GT-R50 is equipped with a 3.8-liter twin-turbo V6 engine with power output reaching 720 ps and 780 Nm of torque. Delivery of Nissan GT-R50 units to buyers will begin in 2019, which is estimated to be in the first quarter of next year.