Kuhl Racing fixes the issues we had with its Nissan GT-R kit
The Japanese tuner promised us an aerodynamic package for the Nissan R35 GT-R a year ago, but the early sketches looked blown completely out of proportion. Luckily for us all, the final version of the kit is nothing like that.
Remember those ginormous, blocky wheel arches? Sharp edges and gaps between parts? Forget them. The production version actually looks so streamlined and smooth, it even strikes us as somewhat tame compared to the concept. Still, better this way than the other.
The front apron is brand-new and considerably wider thank stock, with enlarged air intakes in the middle and a sporty-looking spoiler lip down below. The side skirts and quarterpanels are also new and much simplified compared to the sketches, but the carbon-fiber rear wing and diffuser have survived without major changes.
Kuhl Racing will even ship the kit without the wheel arch extensions, but the rest of it comes as a single bundle. Options include 21-inch Verz Wheels (forged) and air suspension.
Editor Andrew Raspopov
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