• Feb 2nd 2009 at 1:02PM
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Click either image for a gallery of the LHD Nissan GT-R SpecV

We've been waiting for some indication that the Nissan GT-R SpecV would go on sale in markets outside of Japan, and thanks to the eagle eyes of the man at the helm of GTRBlog, there's finally proof.

The latest edition of Best Motoring includes a test of the SpecV and the prototype used for filming is a left-hand-drive model.

Sales of the SpecV in Asia, Europe and the Middle East aren't assured, but with a LHD model floating around, it's clear that Nissan won't be keeping the goods to itself in Japan. However, sales in the U.S. are still highly unlikely, particularly considering the premium (almost $100k) over the standard model.

[Source: GTRBlog]

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