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post #1 of 16 Old 01-07-2009, 08:40 PM Thread Starter
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Still Fugly. Nissan GT-R SpecV

I was hoping for a lil less ugly.

The body modifications are grille and brake ducts, a carbon fiber rear spoiler, and Ultimate Black Opal paint job (although it looks purple/green in some light).

Interior- Fitted with Recaros in front, and the rear seats are gone for good (not like it was useful anyway.) The rest of the interior is basically Carbon fiber...




Pricing is set at 15,750,000 yen.......













THAT'S 170k USD!!!!!!!
If that's not a bargain, idk what is. (whole grain sarcasm)


No word on Horsepower numbers, but it still has a V6. This time with a high gear boost controller. Get your chopsticks ready. Here comes a rice storm.

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Tbh, I like the look more than the "standard" one.

I still would never, ever...ever.....ever......ever get one though.

170k...does that include a transmission change?



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i'm sorry i like it..... i would like to pilot one i wonder what the weight and hp difference is?

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The weight prolly isn't much changed from the regular. Carbon fiber- no rear seats- I'd say maybe 200-300 pounds difference.

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IE: not worth the over-doubling of the price.



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IE: not worth the over-doubling of the price.
Doesn't matter. Someone will blindly buy them up and hack magazines will proclaim the spec V the greatest thing ever.


The upgraded price should include free transmission changes. I guess Nissan figured if you were crazy enough the buy the Spec V version you could afford a new drivetrain every now and then.
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Ugly, I can't find anything about these cars good looking. Body lines blow big time, its over the top and disjointed. Why spend that kind of money on this when you could get a ZR-1 with ridiculous performance and a clean aggressive lines.

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When I look at the GT-R, I see a very, very disgruntled crustacean.

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