What? Im the only one who voted for the awkward roofline change lol. I still think its weird, even though im getting accustomed to it.
if nissan released this car with no preview, everyone would have hated how it looked...I like the roof line. Actually, i have no real complaints about the look at all.
you are 700% correct. +200.if nissan released this car with no preview, everyone would have hated how it looked...
..until 2 years later when everyone would come around and love it :lmfao:
Are you referring to the sketch in waitin407's sig? If so, I agree.i like it exactly how it is but if i had to change something. i would maybe change to a slightly different wheel. something with just a touch more "race ready look to it"
and if the CF has to go i would make sure those areas around the grill and side skirts at least stayed two tone with a flat black plastic urethane material
I agree with you about the tasteless aftermarket mods. Hopefully, a car like this will garner some serious R&D from tuners before something cheesy comes out (think Altezza).many of the changes that some are calling for, if not seen on the final OEM product, will, of course, be in the domain of the aftermarket and chop shops. i can see the magazines now with tuner shop versions of the GTR: some will be nice. but many, predictably, will be ass ugly. someone will do a "lambo door" GTR with giant subwoofers in the back with a plasma monitor and playstation.
someone will put 30" chrome wheels on one with clear lights all-around. someone will twin-charge a GTR. someone will have a 1900hp version with twin-charging, twin turbo, and NOS with a chrome roll cage installed with orange and white leather interior, wth a white steering wheel and shifter knob.
every possible decadent and tasteless tuner modification will be seen at a SEMA show. but i hope not.