Ventross Nissan GT-R R35 Skyline
However, don't imagine that the tuning company will mass-produce the car because it won't. Instead, it will design the aftermarket parts for Nissan GT-R buyers who would be interested in purchasing them but, unfortunately, pricing details are yet to be released.
For those of you who are looking for technical stuff, find out that the GT-R package is based on the main components, front fascia and rear diffuser, each of them with its very own enhancements.
The front fascia for example incorporates carbon fiber air intakes for the radiators, a front spoiler that can be mounted on the factory under tray optimal fitment strength. The whole fascia is made of dry carbon fiber using Vorsteiner's proprietary dry carbon fiber vacuum technology, the tuning house mentioned in a release.
The rear diffuser on the other hand was especially designed to replace the default plastic version. The diffuser is also made of dry carbon fiber and houses 3 integrated fins.
"Due to the exceptionally intensive and high quality hand-made process and complexity of the pieces each set will be made to order per GT-R owner rather than mass produced. This is another step Ventross is taking to ensure optimal fitment and quality of work per piece," the tuning house said.
As mentioned, pricing details are yet to be released but more details are expected to surface in the next weeks as the manufacturer plans to start production on June 1.
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