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Steampunk Nissan GT-R Wrap Looks like a Mechanical Masterpiece

Some supercar wraps are more special than others and the one we're here to show you definitely deserves your undivided attention, regardless of whether you belong to the camp who appreciates second skin jobs or not. The tale starts with a Nissan GT-R, one who graphics now impress more than the boxy styling cues the Japanese designers came up with.
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Godzilla has received a Steampunk wrap, with this spreading over the entire surface of the all-wheel-drive supercar.

The obvious hot point of the second skin adventure can be found on the hood, where the Steampunk approach involves the VR38DETT heart of the Nissan GT-R.

The level of attention to detail is amazing and we're certain that this Nissan has the power to steal the show during Cars & Coffee events.

Then again, the stunning effect of the wrap doesn't come as a surprise, since the pixels we have here come from Scott Kepple. We're talking about a digital artist whose creations we featured on multiple occasions.

The pixel wielder has a thing for the archenemy of the Nissan GT-R, namely the Porche 911, having delivered countless Neunelfer wraps that set new standards in the business. As for the wrap job itself, this was handled by Aussie specialist Exclusive Wraps.

Returning to the Nissan GT-R we have here, with the Japanese automotive producer preparing to retire the R35 incarnation of its halo car, more and more owners turn to the aftermarket side of the industry in order to keep their rides under the spotlights.

So you can expect the GT-R projects to get wilder by the seasons, whether we're talking about the visual or the technical side of the story. Speaking of the first, we'll remind you that tuners have taken Godzilla past the 3,000 hp border. We're talking about drag racing adventures, with the GT-R currently being a six-second car.

 
 
 
 
 

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