The Nissan GT-R is an all-around beast, with the ability to outrun some of the world’s best sports cars and costs about a fraction of their price. The Japanese supercar packs a twin-turbo V6 engine under the hood and features eye-catching exterior design cues. This particular 2010 GT-R benefits from numerous modifications, both inside and out. A WALD Black Bison body kit provides aggressive good looks and includes a front and rear bumper and side skirts, while a SEIBON carbon fiber hood and carbon roof makes it unlike any other GT-R on the road. Additional exterior modifications include an ABflug rear carbon fiber diffuser, APR Carbon GT wing and side mirror covers, in addition to JL Motor side carbon fiber skid plates. A fierce stance is due to a G DRIVE Coilover suspension by ACC Air Runner, Inc. of Japan.
Stock, the 2010 GT-R goes from rest to 60 mph in 3.3 seconds before topping out at 193 mph, but the addition of an Amuse Tuned ECU churns up the horsepower, while a GT HAUS Meisterscahft exhaust and Fujitsubo ArQray Mid pipings provides an aggressive growl. Stopping power is thanks to a Rotora Big Brake Kit that features 8-piston 405mm front rotors and 4-piston 355mm rear rotors. Inside, BRIDE seats provide a sporty look.
Because no ride would be complete without a fresh set of Forged SV39 21×9.5 front and 21×11 rear wheels in a white finish were wrapped in Michelin Pilot Sports 265/35R21 front and 305/30R21 rear rubber.