This program isn’t exactly a new one, because Abflug already introduced the Aloof 01-R program for the GT-R some years back. For this particular model, it was important to call it Version 2.0 because it really is a new version of the company’s Aloof program on the 2013 GT-R .
Decked with a comprehensive list of exterior, interior, and performance modifications, the Aloof 01-R Version 2.0 program for the GT-R is a real treat, both in the eye and in the pedals. The exterior modification are made up of a slew of new components, including a new front and rear bumper, a dry-carbon roof and upper spoiler, side skirts, a rear over fender, and a rear diffuser. Rounding out the exterior modifications is a set of 20-inch Abflug Prism III wheels wrapped in Pirelli P-Zero tires. When it’s all put together on the GT-R, the end result looks downright saucy.
As for the interior, everything looks to be the same except for the seats, which have been replaced with sportier versions from Bride Zeta. Ho-hum on that end.
As for performance, Abflug collaborated with fellow aftermarket tuner Pentroof to give Godzilla improved firepower. Thanks to the latter’s ECU remap system, the GT-R’s 3.8-liter VR38DETT now boasts 634 horsepower, an increase of 101 horsepower from the standard model’s 542-horsepower output. In addition to the performance mod, Pentroof also gave the GT-R a new set to springs and brakes, as well as other suspension improvements.
Look out for the Abflug-tuned Nissan GT-R Aloof 01-R Version 2.0 at the Tokyo Auto Salon this coming January!
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