Look but you can't touch - unless you're in Japan.

This Japanese market-only Track Club Edition of the Nissan GT-R is a joint project by Nissan, its motor-sport division NISMO, NOVA Engineering and Nordring tuning. Applications are being accepted until September 20.

Why do you have to apply?

The Track Club Edition GT-R will sell for ¥10,479,000 ($120,725/€92,205) but that is just for starters. To be part of the club, the Prestige Club of GT-R that is, requires an additional membership fee of 2 million yen ($23,024/€17,598). And don't forget to keep up with your annual dues, which amount to another ¥1 million ($11,513/€8,800) yearly.

The GT-R Track Club Edition comes with the standard twin-turbo 3.8-liter V6 engine that's good for 485 bhp (362 kW / 492 PS) and 434 lb-ft (588 Nm) of torque. But there are significant performance upgrades to be had here, including a new programming of the ECM, traction control and ABS systems, as well as two-way adjustable Bilstein dampers and new upper front links. There's also a front lip spoiler and 20-inch Rays Forged Aluminum wheels.

Inside, there's a four-point harness (with six-point retention) on a Bride Gardis III seat, a data log kit from NISMO and an automatic fire suppression system.

Gallery: 2011 Nissan GT-R Track Club Edition launched

Got a tip for us? Email: tips@motor1.com