Is This The Most Badass Looking GT-R You've Ever Seen?

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Take a closer look to see why.

There are some darn good reasons why the GT-R has earned the name "Godzilla" and its monstrous performance capability is reason numero uno. That's because when when it comes to supercar killers, the Nissan GT-R R35 has carved out a solid reputation as one of the most capable in the category. Fresh from the factory, a new GT-R comes equipped with a 3.8-liter twin-turbo V-6 engine capable of producing 550 hp and 466 lb-ft of torque. That's impressive in its own right.

However, when an R35 is tuned properly, it can easily push out over 1,000 hp and compete with some of the most high-end vehicles in the world. Besides its reputation for being an insane performer, the GT-R is also quite anattractive looking sports car (to some). Even more so when the right aftermarkettreatments are applied. One perfect example of a gorgeous- looking modified GT-R is featured in this photoshoot from Vancouver. The car inquestion has a Liberty Walk body kit, matte black wrap, a massive rear wing andgorgeous 5-spoke concaved Brixton wheels. The way this car has been tastefullymodified makes it looks absolutely insane.

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