U.S. Open champion Naomi Osaka deserved far more than any of the treatment she received after winning the title earlier this year, but if anything, she now has a Nissan GT-R team just for her. Nissan only makes 50 of the special editions, and unfortunately for many wealthy tennis fans out there, they are just Japan.
GT-R is part of Osaka's partnership as a Nissan brand ambassador, who did not start long after becoming the first player born in Japan to win a Grand Slam single. Osaka received a 600-horsepower GT-R Nismo as part of the partnership last month, and this month she has her own GT-R edition.
Osakas GT-R Edition is based on the GT-R Premium trim starting at $ 110 540 in the United States for the 2019 model year and has 565 HP compared to the Nismo 600. The prices are roughly the same in Japan, with what looks like to be 2018 Premium trimmer starting at 11.7 million yen on the website, or about $ 104,000 at today's exchange rates. (GT-R is old and does not change much, and a model year is not tagged in Google Chrome website translation.)
Nissan did not announce prices for the 50 specialty GT-Rene yet, but said Osaka "helped match the color schemes" on the car, which has three body colors and three interior color choices, all of which can be mixed together freely.
Is it bad to have that little one with the red interior? Is that wrong?
You know, does not answer that. In the case of cars, things of the heart can not be "correct" or "wrong".