Rendered Nissan GT-R has been inspired by CrossOut game; gets a ripped up and machinegun fitted appearance
Nissan GT-R is one of the favourite cars among the performance car enthusiasts around the world. It is known for its sheer power and extreme performance. But as it seems, some people love to think out of the box and in too aggressive manner when they imagine cars. Here comes a rendering of a Nissan GT-R that has been imagined as a post-apocalyptic future vehicle seen in several science fiction movies.
This Nissan GT-R rendering has been inspired by the CrossOut video game and the creator is Tasid Design. Speaking about its appearance, most of the car’s bodyworks have been ripped off and it wears a minimalist approach in terms of styling. But, the roof mounted machine guns surely gives it as very aggressive look.
It looks like the particular Nissan GT-R is not only built for performance, but as a killing machine too. Up front, the hood is ripped off and engine bay comes with a naked look. The roll cage, modified rear fender with chunky looking exhausts positioned ahead of the rear tyres, raised rear bumper, spare wheel mounted to the rear profile along with the chunky tyres give it a look that reminds us of the movie Mad Max.
The car gets CrossOut logo painted at the side profile. Those roof mounted dual machine guns can be operated from the cabin with controls mounted to the steering wheel. Apart from the roll cage, the interior gets new seats and there are no luxurious touches like the regular Nissan GT-R.
The current Nissan GT-R is powered by a 3.8-litre twin-turbo V6 engine that is capable of churning out 565 hp of peak power, which is 20 hp higher compared to the previous model. Last year, the Japanese automaker updated the car with some visual updates at exterior and inside the cabin too in order to make it more attractive and sharper.
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