Tag Archives: Nissan GT-R

2015 Nissan GT-R by Vorsteiner

The dark best before you is the 2015 Nissan GT-R by Vorsteiner, and those red subtle lines – contouring its sleek body-lines – drive me crazy. Sure, the aftermarket specialist made sure to develop three different GT-R and wheel combinations, but it’s this one that impresses

2016 New York Motor Show – 2017 Nissan GT-R

Designed to be the most significant update to the model, since it’s launch – back in 2007 – the 2017 Nissan GT-R features an all-new front fascia, with a revised V-motion grille and larger air intakes. Equipped with a restyled hood, supposedly offering enhanced stability during high

Nissan GT-R by Exclusive Motoring

Miami-based aftermarket specialists Exclusive Motoring have created one of the most badass Nissan GT-R project I’ve ever seen. With a wide body-kit courtesy of Liberty Walk and extremely cool alloys from Forgiato,  this Nissan couldn’t have looked anyway else but awesome. I would have loved it

Nissan GT-R 45th Anniversary Edition by Steve Hall

The Nissan GT-R 45th Anniversary Edition was introduced last year, and features various distinct elements that makes it stand out compared to other GT-R variants. Initially, this special edition was restricted to the Japanese market, but popular demand made Nissan allow a handful of examples

Nissan GT-R by Liberty Walk

It’s unavoidable; the minute you start talking about fast and performance cars, you should really count down the seconds until you get to the Nissan GT-R. Once that happens, you get to a whole new level of innovation and technology, not to mention close to the

Nissan GT-R PD750 by Prior Design

I think Prior Design and their marvelous projects need no introduction; in fact, I think just mentioning the aftermarket specialist’s name should be enough to get you excited. You should, be excited that is, since they’ve unveiled its aggressive and menacing wide body-kit for the

Nissan GT-R by Skipper Tuning

Japanese tuning projects always get me smiling, although it’s rather difficult finding out more about them; I don’t speak Japanese and it seems that Google can’t handle it either. But this Nissan GT-R made by Skipper Tuning is really stunning, so it’s definitely worth the