The Austria-based Koenigseder tuning company has released a package based on the Nissan GT-R. Nissan launched the car in 2007 with an engine capable of delivering 480hp. Since then, the vehicle has been given a boost to 485hp with Nissan still adamant that the car not be tuned.
This latest modification kit from Koenigseder has a bright orange color (the tuner's favorite). The GT-R also got an aerodynamic kit that has a moderate design approach.
The front bumper was fitted with an additional lower side, which integrates new air intakes.
The package also gets a set of side skirts that comes with new air intakes and is designed similarly as that of the front bumper add-on element.
Furthermore, the rear bumper has been fitted with a diffuser. The car rides on 21-inch rims that have a two-color finish (black-orange).
With regards to the technical aspect, the Koenigseder Nissan GT-R has received a new air filter, an Akrapovic titanium exhaust system and an ECU remap.
These modifications result to the vehicle offering 580 hp, enabling the vehicle to hit 200 km/h (124 mph) in 9.8s.
To handle the additional power, the GT-R is fitted with a KW suspension and a set of 21 inch rims (these use a two-color finish) covered with Yokohama Advan Sport tires.