It’s a one-off offroad ready GT-R.
Not only is the GT-R modified, but it’s modified.
It’s listed for sale now at 95,000 euros, or $107,000 US.
Dutch dealership Classic Youngtimers Consultancy calls this car Godzilla 2.0. And I suppose we could not agree more as the Nissan GT-R was never meant to be an off-road ready, all-terrain challenging, zombie-apocalypse prepped car. But, here is a heavily modified 2010 Nissan GT-R and it’s for sale.
These guys, the Classic Youngtimers Consultancy, are quite mad, and are not new at the game involving modified cars. For this round, they’ve taken a helpless 2010 Nissan GT-R with 46 500 km / 28 894 mi on the clock and transformed it into a monster, befitting its Godzilla namesake.
The GT-R’s ground clearance was raised by 12 cm, or 4 ¾ inches, and received some enormous Toyo off-road tires, but this posed a problem. In order for them to fit, they needed to cut the wheel arches – no big deal, they added fat fender flares. They also wrapped the GT-R in a camouflage pattern. The roof features a custom rack to carry a large spare and holds a large LED light bar.
Power for Godzilla 2.0 is the twin-turbocharged 3.8-litre V6 however, it too has received some upgrades. No longer does it put out only 485 horsepower as it is now rated at 600+ horsepower.
The car is for sale now for a cool 95,000 euros, or $107,000 US.