Designers turned the Nissan GT-R into a pickup truckSeptember 29, 2019
Surprisingly, Nissan is one of the largest automakers in the world, and for more than ten years, it has not been discontinued by the R35 GT-R.
According to rumors, now the company is too busy developing electric cars and crossovers. Yes, it is old, but there is still something magical in it, and its appearance has changed the idea of the world of supercars. It was super-cheap, but at the same time it could blow up almost any supercar, and people simply could not understand how a car with such weight and power could accelerate so quickly.
Over time, the power of the Nissan GT-R has increased slightly, but now it is not much cheaper than similar BMWs or AMGs. Nevertheless, its design remains a cult and even now makes everyone turn around. Most likely, the same thing will happen in the case of the GT-R pickup.
Despite the fact that the word “pickup” pops up with Holden or Ford images from Australia, Nissan technically already has such a truck based on the classic Skyline “Hakosuka” supercar.
But at the moment we are dealing with rendering, which is similar to the symbiosis of existing 3D models. The front part of the pickup in the processing of designer Hugo Silva looks like any wide-body GT-R, and everything behind the rear window is a compact cargo platform, possibly from Toyota Tacoma TRD.
Most likely, the 4-door Nissan GT-R Pickup can offend purists, but at least they will be glad that no Nissan was harmed when creating these images. However, the photographs look almost believable.
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