The R35-generation Nissan GT-R has established itself as a more grown up car than its predecessors. It looks more serious, it is a lot more technical, and it’s not really fond of extreme tuning jobs that previous models were built for.
That said, nobody is stopping you if you want to practice something like that on the R35. The Nissan GT-R you see here has been subjected to such treatment, gaining a ridiculously massive body kit, extreme chassis modifications, and an engine upgrade with so many colorful parts that you’d think it’s just for show.
The car has got a substantial body kit made, apparently, from various parts supplied by different tuners such as GReddy. It includes completely custom bumpers, wide fenders front and rear, custom sills and side grilles, rear spoiler, and one of the meanest looking diffuser we’ve ever seen.
Mechanical highlights of the car is a complete engine overhaul using parts from big names such as HKS and AMS performance, suspension from Cobb, and of course, wheels from ADV1, measuring 20×10.5 inch front and 20×13 rear. The ADV10.0 Track Function wheels feature a titanium disc and Gunmetal lips.