Yasid Design’s Vision of a Nissan R35 GT-R Wagon
Published July 17, 2016
If you thought that a Nissan GT-R wagon would be a stupid idea, think twice. A digital artist from Yasid Design made this R35 GT-R Wagon rendering. These designers are working hard to put new ideas online and with this rendering, it seems they hit the jackpot. Not only does the car look breath-taking, it also raises the question whether Nissan should make something like this.
Features of Nissan GT-R
Since 2007 when it was unveiled this Nissan was met with nothing but praises. First of all, the design seems flawless and when you add to it a super powerful engine, you get a true work of art. With 3.8 L V-6 engine, this Nissan is capable to produce at least 540 horsepower, which means you can enjoy some really high performances when behind the wheel.
With high speed and superb acceleration, not to mention stunning design, it’s no surprise this car costs just short of 100 grand. Perhaps, Yasid Design’s rendering of Nissan R35 GT-R Wagon will inspire Nissan to make it more affordable, maybe by turning GT-R into a sub-brand.
Yasid Design’s Nissan R35 GT-R Wagon Rendering
Although images like these serve mostly to make people daydream about cars, this particular rendering could prove futuristic. The next generation of Nissan GT-R is just around the corner – it is speculated the new model will hit the streets in 2017. That’s why Yasid Design’s version is more than just a rendering. It’s a sort of suggestion aimed at Nissan designers to think about creating a superb-looking wagon, with performances of a sports car.
It is almost certain that this car wouldn’t cost much, at least not as much as a GT-R costs these days. That way, Nissan would become a great competitor to Ferrari and their GTC4Lusso model. Not only would Nissan R35 GT-R Wagon be cheaper than its Italian counterpart, it would probably also be more practical, given the beastly nature of Ferrari car models. On top of that, a pair of doors at the back wouldn’t take a toll on the design, while no one can imagine a four-door Ferrari!
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