Nissan has revealed that it’s stripped-out, hardcore Nissan GT-R will eventually go on sale on the old continent. Unfortunately, they will only sell 40 of them here. Mind you, with a price tag almost twice as large as the normal car and with so little modifications, it is improbable they would sell many more. First deliveries are set to start in April 2010 so you’d better get you cheque in if you want a piece of Godzilla. Just to remind our readers, the GT-R Spec V has the same twin-turbo 3.8-litre V6 engine as the normal GT-R, producing 478 BHP. However, the hardcore version gets carbon-ceramic brakes specifically developed for this car, lightweight forged aluminium wheels, a carbon fibre rear spoiler, a carbon fibre grille and carbon fibre brake ducts and a titanium exhaust system. All these changes add up to make the Nissan 60kg lighter than the standard car.