The taillights of this Nissan Skyline are simply amazing!December 9, 2019
The owner of the 1991 Nissan Skyline GTS-4 of production decided to allocate his car in an original way – he developed “endless” taillights. This effect was achieved through the use of almost parallel mirrors.
There is an almost unlimited number of ways that people can customize and personalize their vehicles, and the next Nissan Skyline features one of the most intriguing light arrays we have ever met.
Explicitly seeking to distinguish its 1991 Nissan Skyline GTS-4 from all the other cars, someone named Steve Molans developed and independently made a set of taillights with an endless mirror with color LEDs. The result is phenomenal.
Its infinite mirror consists of two or more parallel or almost parallel mirrors, which are used to create a series of diminished reflections that appear to be “receding to infinity.” Infinity mirrors can often be found in works of art and several production cars, such as the Japanese Lexus LC500.
The round shape of the taillights and the endless mirror give the impression that the headlights have a depth of at least 30 cm and fit well into the Skyline body. However, these are actually the most common taillights; it is just an optical illusion that makes them look in such an unusual way. The effect created by the infinity mirror and the presence of colored LEDs makes the taillights a really interesting subject for observation and subsequent admiration.
Obviously, the creator was very interested in decorating his Skyline with various LEDs – they are almost everywhere, on headlights, in rims, and besides, all these lights are remotely controlled using the Nintendo controller. Another great aspect of the Molan is the hydraulic rear wing, which can also be lifted using the remote control.
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