The world might have been waiting for the next-generation Nissan GT-R for quite some time now, but the current R35 is still pretty competitive.
The same applies to its styling, which might not be as fresh as when it was first introduced, but due to numerous revisions still holds its own. However, one GT-R owner in Japan decided overhaul the design of their own car and the result is, let’s say, questionable.
The image you see was recently posted to Instagram and shows the GT-R at a gas station. It has been modified in such a bizarre way that it beggars belief.
We actually stumbled upon a separate image of this GT-R in mid-2020 and at the time, it was spotted rocking the rear bumper of a Honda Civic hatchback. It looked pretty bad back then, but is now even more distasteful because of the overhauled rear fascia that appears like it’s made up of various front grilles from different cars.
It’s not just the rear fascia that has changed since the car was first spotted last year, though. Look closely and you’ll notice that the standard rear wing now sports bizarre Pokemon-style endplates. Additionally, the car’s front and rear wheel arches have been extended while angular louvers have been affixed above the rear window and there are all manner of bulges and scoops on the roof. While we don’t have any images of the vehicle’s front end, we can see that it features additional wing mirrors mounted on the front wheel arches.