With the Gran Turismo G37 Japanese tuners, Zele International, have given new meaning to the video game’s subtitle, "the real driving simulator." That is because they are bringing life to the original Gran Turismo G37 that was designed by Polyphony Digital as a car that can be played in their latest offering Gran Turismo 5. Fans of the video game will be able to get behind the wheel, in real life, of the Gran Turismo G37 thanks to a new body kit from Zele. The kit consists of a new grill, front and rear bumpers, side skirts, rear wing and diffuser, all made from carbon fiber. The kit will upgrade any ordinary Infiniti G37 into a unique Gran Turismo version straight out of the video game. There are no performance upgrades for the 330 HP Infiniti to go along with the styling kit, but expect that the reduction in weight and added aerodynamic grip will make the Infiniti even more fun to drive.
The body kit is priced at 382,600 Yen ($4,160 USD) and is for sale in Japan only, there is no word about exporting the kit at this time.