Beat the competition on and off-road with this rally-ready Nissan GT-R
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Despite having a reputation for being the king of the tarmac, Nissan's iconic GT-R has everything you'd ever need in a standout rally car, except for an appropriate ride height.
Dubbed Godzilla 2.0, this GT-R has been modified to be the perfect modern-day Group B rally car, with a lifted stance, meaty tyres, and more power than you'd ever really need on the gravel.
It was built by Dutch outlet Classic Young Timers Consultancy and is now for sale over in Europe, but unsurprisingly, it comes with an extremely hefty price tag that reflects the serious modifications.
Speaking of these modifications, it starts with a set of off-road dampers that lifts the GT-R 120mm above standard height. Next, a set of fender flares were added, along with a set of all-terrain tyres.
Other additions include a pair of fog lights on the front bumper, a roof rack to carry the spare full-sized wheel, and an LED light bar that's attached to the rack. Also, there's no looking past the questionable camo wrap.
In true Group B style, the engine also underwent some serious work, with tuners giving the 3.8-litre twin-turbo V6 an extra 80kW, giving it a total of 440kW, which is a power figure that's on par with the current NISMO GT-R.
Unfortunately, the interior looks to be left completely standard, meaning that you'll have to provide your own rubber floor mats to keep things clean.
With just 46,500km on the clock, a standard GT-R of this era would fetch about $80,000, but this one is far from standard. The asking price on Classic Young Timers is €95,000, which equals about $170,000 down here.