Born in 1969 and passing through five generations until 2002, the Nissan Skyline GT-R series left enough of an impression to become not just a cult car, but the size of a planet.
The Japanese automaker has made ample use of its enduring hype with the Nissan GT-R R35 high-performance self-driving grand tourer, which has also lived a long and fruitful life since 2009, with no signs of stopping for a retirement break, until now.
Meanwhile, fans of the Skyline GT-R series seem unable to stop imagining what it would be like if Nissan continued making or reviving the original nameplate.
The return of the R34 Nissan Skyline GT-R in rendering
Such is the case with pixel master Evrim Ozgun, a Turkish virtual automotive designer, who decided to explore the limitless potential of JDM-style tuning with a follow-up to the R34 Nissan Skyline GT-R for model year 2024.
After CGI-creating the next generations of the ubiquitous Big Detroit Three (Camaro, Challenger, Mustang), jumping aboard the R34 Nissan Skyline GT-R is a subtle change of scenery.
Though not of digital flavors too, as all the classic nuances are present and accounted for and that includes a thoroughly beat atmosphere, a decidedly widebody aero kit, a nice set of dark bronze aftermarket wheels, plus some carbon fiber gimmicks. .