Earlier this year, Naomi Osaka became the first Japanese player to ever win a singles Grand Slam title. She then went on to join Nissan as their latest brand ambassador and even daily drives a a 2018 GT-R NISMO in the US. Now, Nissan is building a special edition GT-R to commemorate the company's partnership with the 20-year old Grand Slam Champion.

Special GT-R built to celebrate Nissan's partnership with Naomi Osaka

The special edition GT-R will be limited to only 50 units and will be based on the Nissan GT-R Premium edition grade. The model will only be available in three body color options – Midnight Opal, Brilliant White Pearl and Meteor Flake Black Pearl. Aside from the unique color options, the special edition GT-R has also been fitted with a dry carbon rear spoiler.

Step inside and it also features new interior color schemes developed specifically for the special edition GT-R. The interior color schemes come in three different colors – Ivory Leather Interior & Urban Black Front Seat, Amber Red Leather & Urban Black Front Seat, and Tan Leather Interior & Urban Black Front Seat. Nissan says that Osaka herself help matched the interior color schemes, which can be combined with any of the three body colors.

Special GT-R built to celebrate Nissan's partnership with Naomi Osaka

Under the hood, the twin-turbo VR38 engine has not been modified and continues to produce 565 PS and 633 Nm of torque. The six-speed dual clutch transmission and suspension also remain unchanged from the standard GT-R Premium. However, Nissan did add a golden vin plate in the engine bay instead of the usual silver ones found on standard models.

Pricing for the special edition GT-R will be announced at a later date. Unfortunately, it will only be offered in Japan.