Ever since the Nissan GT-R has been released on the market in 2007, plenty of famous worldwide tuning companies have tried to reshape and mint the sports car`s looks and aesthetics.
One of those tuners that have received a round of applause for a job well-done is Arios, a famous tuner in Japan but “invisible” in the United States.
The Japanese technicians from Arios have created a unique carbon fiber body kit which makes the first-gen Nissan GT-R standout from the crowd.
It looks more aggressive and menacing with the new carbon fiber front bumper and updated grill, adding carbon fiber cover for the engine, Godzilla spoiler and the smashing 19-inch alloy rims which perfectly complement the car`s wrap.
Mechanically, the model has also received some new tweaks that improves its driving dynamics and handling, especially in tight corners.
For the moment, there aren`t any details concerning modifications under the hood, but we could get fresh news in the upcoming period.
In the stock version, the first-gen Nissan GT-R comes with a 3.8-liter V6 engine, churning out 478 horsepower, available at 6,400 rpm, and 588 Nm of torque, available between 3,200-5,200 rpm. Thanks to its light chassis, the model sprints from 0 to 100 km/h in a good 4.1 seconds, at a top speed of 310 km/h.