You don’t have to be an automotive engineer or work for an insurance company to know that this is one vehicle that can really be called “DEAD”.
According to Jalopnik, the tragedy took place in Malaysia: a group of automotive enthusiasts were enjoying a day out, when the R35 GT-R crashed with a MK VI Golf GTI. The hot hatch wasn’t affected too serious by the impact, while Godzilla was sent straight to fiery hell.
And here is where we really enter the speculation land: it seems that the GT-R switching from an internal combustion vehicle to an external combustion one had something to do with its hot exhaust reaching the leaves on the ground.
You can watch the unfortunate supercar burning in the video bellow. WARNING: If you are a true car lover, the footage will be a painful experience. We are really not exaggerating this - we watched the video ourselves and really felt the car’s pain. Fortunately, there is one good thing in this whole story: The reports doesn't mention anything about the driver or the passenger of the supercar being injured in the event.
Our say: Rest In Peace mighty GT-R. We will never forget you (we’re searching for the car’s VIN).