Over the years, we have seen many crazy tuning vehicles and some of them are just rendering. Now, we have something craziest among all in form of Nissan GT-R. The weird looking vehicle is creation of Franco Scribante Racing and weirdest four wheelers we have ever come across. This tuned version of Nissan GT-R will make its competitive debut at Jaguar Simola Hillclimb in South Africa. The event will begin from May and looks wild. The racing outfit haven’t disclosed which event this car will partake but we can guarantee that it will steal show with its look.
One of the first thing that stand out in the Nissan GT-R is the strange aerodynamic package. On the front, there is a carbon fiber splitter that delivers a huge downforce. For majority of sports car, huge splitter is appropriate enough, but the racing outfit opted to equip front of GT-R with a towering wing. It is usually not seen at the rear of any race car, but this is an exception. Overlooking the strange look, it is certain to stick front end to the pavement during high-speed corner.
With respect to powertrain of this tuned Nissan R35 GT-R, no information has been provided. Nonetheless, the twin-turbocharged 3.8-liter six-cylinder engine will be modified. It includes new piping and carbon fiber parts along with crazy diffuser at the rear. We would be surprised if the vehicle doesn’t cross the 1,000hp. The rear consist of a swan neck-style wing and its size is similar to McLaren Senna GTR. Downforce of the vehicle is not known, but it will be able to compete in any hillclimb event with ease.