The Nissan GT-R has been known as “Godzilla” since its debut in the late 2000s. It’s a wonderful sports vehicle, and it’s unquestionably the true successor to the Nissan Skyline, despite not sharing the same name. However, there are certain ways to make the car even more intriguing and wild. Rostislav Prokop, a talented digital automobile renderer, created this epic rendition of the Nissan GT-R, which he calls the Nissan GT-R RP-M Edition. And Godzilla has gotten even bigger thanks to an insane widebody kit.

The details around this GT-R rendering are truly fantastic. Let’s start at the front of the car. The front sees a huge splitter present, protruding out much more noticeably than the front end of the standard car. The front fascia is pleasingly still the same. Around the front wheels are some much bigger fenders, and the new black wheels really do add an extra layer of JDM to the car. Behind the front fenders is a big winglet, helping to direct airflow down the side of the car.

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