Looks better in the other angles. I also like the color and I think it's making a comeback. One of the launch colors of the upcoming M3/4 will be similar.
I’ll paraphrase what the lead designer just said
“The hood, the lights all have purpose and shape the front. The grille is a result of all the other elements.
Welp, that’s the front. Let’s abruptly move to the back”
End loose quotes
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It has presence, looks sporty, modernized the original design much like Ford did with the Mustang but this looks very clean, simple and spot on. You know what it is instantly.
That rectangular grill is iconic. The rear looks great. Oh the body kits and add ons that will be made (I'm sure they're already made by now).
Driving impressions, can't wait.
So the GT-R braking system won't make it in this format, but the interior is mostly production. We will be able to drive it in a month when they arrive stateside. Its a shame that the revised GT-R didn't make it-some of these changes (The 700hp stillborn prototype remains my favorite object around Motegi ) looked really good on the R35 'plus'.
I like it. Lot better than I was expecting given Nissan’s design language.
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Originally Posted by Phillie Phanatic
i really like the whole car. The rectangular grill is a little less exciting, but everything else is clean and fantastic. It looks like they were making a point of going the opposite direction of the Supra; straight lines, no fake vents, legacy shape and cues.
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