Nissan GT-R gets weirder thanks to new set of ADV.1 wheels

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Nissan GT-R from ADV.1 in Indonesia

When it comes to beast on the road, one of the few names that come out frequently is Nissan GT-R. It may not be the king of the road, but still is enticing among many fans. This particular version shows that the owner of it doesn’t consider performance as his priority. The current address of GT-R is Indonesia and the overhauling of it may seem baffling to sports car fans. One of the major different between this GT-R and other stock version is the use of bright purple paint scheme.

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Carbon fiber parts are also included and can be found on hood and ducktail rear spoiler. Bright purple Nissan GT-R with standard body panels and equipment would be appreciative. However, it has been fitted with a widebody kit from Rocket Bunny. In this widebody kit there is a prominent front splitter along with new bumper, and bespoke LED daytime running lights. There are also large carbon fiber aerodynamic curtains on either side of the front bumper. Bodykit also includes flared wheel arches, a distinctive rear diffuser, and a custom decklid.

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To complete the design of the Nissan GT-R, new set of wheels are added to it provided from ADV.1. These wheels have a gold outer lip and bronze spokes. Nonetheless, it benefits from air suspension system that reduces the ride height of vehicle drastically. If we inspect the attached images here, we will notice that ground clearance less than an inch. This not only makes it useless in many situations but also problematic to park.

Nissan GT-R from ADV.1 in Indonesia Nissan GT-R from ADV.1 in Indonesia Nissan GT-R from ADV.1 in Indonesia

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