When it comes to the art of aftermarket styling, there are few tuning firms that can compete with Tommy Kaira, especially when it comes to the Nissan GT-R, after all not many tuners can boast about building a $100,000 sports car built around the classic RB26 powered Skyline GT-R’s twin turbocharged straight six tuned to make around 550 HP and the Japanese automaker’s ATTESA all wheel drive system like they did with the ZZII.

The high performance aftermarket stylists from Japan have just revealed details about their 2010 Tokyo Motor Show special, a heavily tuned R35 Nissan GT-R. The package not only focuses on improving the super car’s stance, but its aerodynamics as well. The aero package consists of the familiar deep lip spoiler however the previously planned LED driving lights incorporated into the carbon fiber front bumper seem to have been scrapped. The Tommy Kaira GT-R will be made up of even more lightweight black stuff because not only are they offering the kit in a Wet Carbon package priced at around $18,400 but a Dry Carbon version also.

The rest of the reworked GT-R will consist of lower side skirts that lead into a bolder fenders both front and back while atop the wide arches will be a taller rear spoiler an a race car quality diffuser underneath. Aside from the body panels, Tommy Kaira has also prepared the GT-R with a few separate tuning parts. Like a Titanium STTI high performance exhaust from Powerhouse Amuse, a MONO6 big brake kit with six piston calipers and 390 mm rotors from Endless as well as a Quantum Super Sports Suspension for a few extra yen.

Hit the jump to get the full details.

The Wet carbon package includes:

  • Wet Carbon/FRP Front Bumper
  • Wet Carbon Front Grill Cover
  • Wet Carbon Front Lip Spoiler
  • Wet Carbon Front Under Diffuser
  • Wet Carbon Side Ducts
  • Wet Carbon/FRP Side Skits
  • Wet Carbon Rear Underspoiler
  • Wet Carbon Rear Racing Diffuser
  • Wet Carbon Rear Wing
  • Wet Carbon Rear Fender Extensions (20mm extension)
Nissan GT-R by Tommy Kaira Exterior
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For a few extra money you can also get:

  • Dry Carbon Front fender finishers 67,200 yen ($735)
  • Dry Carbon Front Fender Ducts 61,950 yen ($678)
  • Dry Carbon Door Handle Surrounds 47,250 yen ($517)

The Front Style Kit includes:

  • Wet Carbon/FRP Front Bumper
  • Wet Carbon Front Grill Cover
  • Wet Carbon Front Lip Spoiler
  • Wet Carbon Front Under Diffuser
  • Wet Carbon Side Ducts
Nissan GT-R by Tommy Kaira Exterior
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High Performance Exhaust, Titanium (STTI), an Endless MONO6 & 6R Caliper Kit with 390mm rotors and a Quantum Super Sports Suspension Kit: 630,000 yen.

Nissan GT-R by Tommy Kaira Exterior
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13 comments:

  (939) posted on 03.26.2010

How do you go about getting to what people want you to design and produce. Really fascinating.

  (666) posted on 03.24.2010

I’m not satisfied with exterior of this one. I am currently boasting your name and look what you give us. A total disappointment.

  (571) posted on 02.28.2010

Sorry but this one looks boring. Unattractive. I don’t care how dashing the car is. If its not Tommy Kiara no one will even bother to look at your car.

  (344) posted on 02.24.2010

Sorry but this one looks boring. Unattractive. I don’t care how dashing the car is. If its not Tommy Kiara no one will even bother to look at your car.

  (570) posted on 01.31.2010

Cool. I really like to see it side by side with a tuned Evoloution and Impreza. Those are the three models that I have been comparing through the years and I think that the competition between them is still tough.

  (815) posted on 01.25.2010

@rogermanalac : nope, I think Tommy Kaira should thank the stores or the person where he bought and put in his car the body kits and equipments of the car.

  (815) posted on 01.25.2010

the metallic black/gray really make the car a road monster, another is the custom body kits and other gadgets inside the car also help, but upgrading or tuning the car will really cost you a lot of money.

  (780) posted on 01.20.2010

I don’t really find Nissan Cars very attractive, except this one. Tommy Kaira is really a great tuning company. They haven’t failed anyone. Nissan must thank them.

Naterade22  (238) posted on 01.18.2010

BTW, the GT-R looks amazing. The grey model in the middle is absolutely amazing to look at. Must say I’m more a fan of less spokes on the wheels though. The stock black wheels on the premium don’t look shabby.

Naterade22  (238) posted on 01.18.2010

Dry carbon is lighter and stronger, but if made properly, wet carbon can compete with it. It has to do with how it is applied with the resin.

Naterade22  (428) posted on 01.17.2010

But what’s the difference between the wet carbon on the dry carbon? I think the customized GT-R looks good on the picture that you have use good materials on the exteriors but I don’t think if it’s a problem but the skirts and bumper really not the "fines" that I want.

Naterade22  (570) posted on 01.17.2010

i suppose the read cloth is for functional reasons, but if sold in showrooms and away from the track, it needs to be leather all the way. some great colors from toyota, honda and nissan. not just the usual silver or red.

Naterade22  (1333) posted on 01.14.2010

Well, there’s a part of the GTR’s dash that I affectionately refer to as "Carl Ghosn’s asshole" because you HAVE TO stare down it when driving the GTR and NOBODY at Nissan has ever bothered to fix it.
See if you can find it, and you’ll never look at this poorly assembled dash the same way again.

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