Upgraded model gets cosmetic and mechanical upgrades
15 January 2010

Japanese tuners Tommy Kaira has revealed its styling and performance kit for the Nissan GT-R at Tokyo’s Auto Salon show.

The Tommy Kaira R35 GT-R comes in Wet Carbon, and new styling features at the front include a new bumper, spoiler and under diffuser.

Pics of the Tommy Kaira R35 GT-R

At the side it gets new air intakes and side skirts, while the wheels are lightweight 20-inch rims finished in carbon black. Rear styling changes include a new wing, diffuser and underspoiler.

Tommy Kaira has also made some mechanical tweaks to the GT-R, including a high-performance titanium exhaust, sports brakes and a sports suspension kit. Prices for the upgrades will be revealed at the show.

Click to read Peter Nunn's blog on what makes the Tokyo Auto Salon so special and see past pictures from the show

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15 January 2010

Why isn't Nissan employing this guy!, it's a real head turner now, ok, it's not perfect as a road car, but if it looked like Tommy Kaira's who'd care?

Peter Cavellini.

15 January 2010

This looks rather nice and Tommy Kaira's being doing this for some years now I especially liked his R32 limited edition.

15 January 2010

Sorry - but it's a bit naff in my eyes - I prefer my standard-looking car ...

15 January 2010

[quote Autocar]The Tommy Kaira R35 GT-R comes in Wet Carbon, and new styling features at the front include a new bumper, spoiler and under diffuser.[/quote]

Ah yes - always wanted a car in "Wet Carbon". I'm surprised Lady GaGa hasn't appeared in wet carbon , or did I miss something ?

16 January 2010

38Carssofar,but this makes the current car look like a Mk1, it virtually makes the current car look dated already!, if you like it takes the Scharzsenager look and smooths it out a bit!?

Peter Cavellini.

19 January 2010


To me - it looks like they've glued a giant-sized tea tray to the underside - there's too much plastic to;

a/ trip over when entering and exiting the car and

b/ ground out on our wonderful speed humps ...

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