1,100HP Nissan GT-R Goes Deep with Strasse

Tuning

Lethal performance deserves to be complemented by a mean set of wheels.

When you’re boasting a four-figure horsepower engine under the hood, the least you can do is fit your car with a proper set of alloys. AMS Performance sets the benchmark in modifying Godzillas, and this particular GT-R packing the Alpha 9 kit is good for 1,110 hp. Thanks to Strasse Forged Wheels, not only can it trump almost any car off the line it can also look good whilst doing so. Finished in matte black, the 20-inch alloys are the wheel-maker’s R10 Deep Concave Monoblocks and come with race-prep weight reduction chambers.

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