2010 Nissan GT-R Spec V design review
create, so when you put that much time and effort into making a world car like this, it better be able to perform.
The first thing most consumers were worried about the base GT-R, is the fact that it is a very hard car for tuners to play around with. This makes aftermarket parts hard to come by. And when your model is best known for being a head turner and a fun car to work on, you should maybe think about bringing up the ante. And for that we thank Nissan for the Spec V. Of course, it still doesn’t help with the aftermarket parts problem. There really isn’t much which is all that bad on this car, well except for the small bland looking wheels, plain looking rear end and a poorly styled side skirt. It almost seems that all the emphasis was put onto the front of the car. Of course, that would never happen, yeah ok you know I’m lying. Maybe Nissan could split the front grille into two, that might help. Of course, these are just suggestions, when it comes to car of this caliber.
Overall Grade: A-