Sebastian Vettel is selling his Nissan GT-R and it’s cheaper than you think

The car is as good as new, coming in with just 93 miles on the clock.

by | Published on 9th Jan 2023

Four-time F1 world champion Sebastian Vettel is selling his Nissan GT-R Black Edition.

And the best part about it is, the car is less expensive than you might think.

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Like other F1 stars including Lewis Hamilton, Sebastian Vettel is currently getting rid of his supercars for environmental reasons.

He’s already sold his Mercedes SLS AMG and most of his Ferraris, including an F50.

And now the GT-R, one of the world’s greatest sleepers.

Its twin-turbo 3.8-liter V6 produces 545 hp and 463 lb-ft of torque, giving a 0-60 time of just 3.5 seconds.


It is also fitted with the optional Black Edition package worth $10,000.

Among other things, it includes new 20-inch Rays wheels, a carbon fiber wing and Recaro bucket seats.

The car is as good as new, coming in with just 93 miles on the clock.

And there’s a plot twist.

Most celebrities tend to auction off their cars to maximize profit.

However, Vettel’s GT-R is listed with a fixed price of €250,000 – equivalent to around $265,000 at the time of writing.

In theory, this makes this car twice as expensive as a brand-new GT-R, which currently has an MSRP of $113,000.

However, it actually sounds like a bargain considering Vettel himself drove and owned this car.

About the Nissan GT-R

First unveiled in 2007, the Nissan GT-R is the modern-day iteration and successor to the iconic Skyline GT-R.

The GT-R is a best-seller in the supercar market, chiefly because of its price tag.

It cost about $70,000 when it was first launched and even though the MY 2023 costs twice as much, it is still cheaper than any other new car with equivalent performance figures.



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