As for the exhaust pipe, this seems to be a rather shy follower of the Japanese Bosozoku culture.
The front fenders have also received add-on elements, but these come in a size we’ve already been accustomed to.
Speaking of which, we have to explain Japan is the home of three aftermarket developers that build extreme body kits. Their visual packages have gained worldwide notoriety over the last few years, thanks to the overly aggressive and yet appealing nature of their builds.
Japan’s Aftermarket Big ThreeThe best-known company when it comes to such body modifications is Rauh-Welt Begriff, which only works on air-cooled Porsche 911s. RWB kits are only installed by the founder of the company, Akira Nakai, who travels around the world to practice what he preaches.
Then there’s Liberty Walk, whose kits have now reached a long list of supercars, from the obvious Nissan GT-R to Ferraris and Lamborghinis. The man who makes things happen in this case is Wataru Kato.
Rocket Bunny kits are also on this map, with these addressing more affordable sportscars, but also being available for the GT-R. The design of this visual packages comes from a man called Kei Miura.
All three kits mentioned above require cutting into the fenders of the car for installation, but this doesn’t seem to bother owners too much.