Thank you! I have to agree - if given the opportunity to own the actual car, I’d go for it. Definitely more rewarding and fun than the model car, haha.
Thank you for your kind words!
There are plenty to choose from online. Take your pick! And they are all reasonably priced. Just stay clear from Kyosho’s racing version of the Calsonic R32. It is an old casting and looks deformed compared to this.
Thank you, Sn210!
Thank you! Glad to hear that.
Yes I have. Incredible work from them, but priced way too high! Such is the reality of most resin models.
Matt Damon should stay away from this. Don’t want to save his ass in deep space. Twice.
Kudos to you for watching that far. I couldn’t even get past the trailer. So. Cringeworthy.
What were the main goals you aimed for, when designing the 21st century GT-R, the R35? What kind of inspirations were put together to form it? Like Gundam or other futuristic design elements. And what are some of the things you would like to achieve in the next generation GT-R?
Thank you, I appreciate it! Agreed, homologation specials are indeed the best.
Likewise! I’m happy to be writing for this wonderful site again. And thank you!
Might be wrong, but I think he might be referring to Microsoft’s abysmal performance with their XBOX division in Japan.
I’m getting a lot of Pikachu vibes with this. The menacing-yet-adorable front, compact body and yellow paint really work well together. Don’t care what others say - this looks like a winner!
Looks like a design reject with the bulges and generic-looking lights. And that rear looks depressingly bland. Why, Fiat, why?
Too much Need For Speed is bad for you.
Truly incredible details on it. Congratulations on your purchase!
The LFA will not come anytime soon, but that is to be expected. It is more of a display of Toyota/Lexus’ capabilities than anything, and a PR exercise to show that they have not completely lost their racing heritage. But the new Supra is definitely coming, so there’s that. The IS F and RC F have proven to be great…
The first ever prototype was unveiled in 2000 at the Nismo Festival. Here's some information from the official Nismo website. http://www.nismo.co.jp/Z-tune/data_e/…
EDIT: Fair enough, I had overlooked the existence of the GT2. Thanks for the correction.
That might be true, but remember that the top-of-the-line Porsche 911 at that moment was the GT3 RS, and I'm being fair by comparing it to Nissan's highest grade GT-R. It is unfortunate that the GT3 RS wasn't available in 4WD or turbocharged, but that's the way it is. :-)