This Nissan GT-R is now no off road.July 10, 2020
The tuning studio Classic Youngtimers Consultancy has turned the Japanese supercar into a real “king” of impassability. Under the hood of this off-road monster is an engine with 600+ horsepower.
Thanks to the work of tuners with Classic Youngtimers Consultancy, the legendary Japanese supercar Nissan GT-R has turned into an off-road car. As the creators of the car, the development of the project was helped by the fact that the car received a very productive all-wheel drive system. An off-road sports car you can buy a car for 95,000 euros at the current exchange rate.
To drive cross-country without problems, this GT-R has 12 centimeters of extra ground clearance.
There are also new, larger tires, although their tread pattern does not seem ideal for off-road driving. Black flared wings with open fasteners cover large rubber.
Under the hood is a 3.8-liter Twin-Turbo V6 with more than 600 horsepower. Representatives of Classic Youngtimers Consultancy note that this power is even greater than that of the 600-horsepower GT-R Nismo, and the off-road version of the supercar they built can reach speeds of 100 km / h in 2.9 seconds. However, with less aggressive tires and weight in the additional roof rack, an off-road modified car may not be as fast.
A special roof rack holds a full-size spare tire and has a forward-facing LED panel. The GT-R also has huge lights with amber lamps that are on the front bumper.
To match the brutal appearance, the body of the supercar is covered with camouflage film with a white background and spots of light gray and dark red colors.
Not so long ago, our publication wrote that the tuning studio introduced the Nissan Skyline GT-R station wagon. The universal version of the iconic sports car was designated Speed Wagon. A car sold for $ 85,000
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