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Liberty Walk Nissan GT-R Unveiled at SEMA 2013

The new Godzilla has made its way to Vegas

Nov 4, 2013

The 2013 Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) officially starts tomorrow, but that didn't stop us from giving you guys an exclusive sneak peak of what's to come, specifically on Nissan's legendary supercar, the GT-R (or Skyline of the past). Extremely popular Japanese tuner, Liberty Walk revealed multiple showstoppers today that ranged from a Ferrari 458 to the GT-R you see here. Start drooling now.

This holy grail of GT-Rs will undoubtedly steal a lot of attention this year. It's one of those cars where you either love it or hate it. The front has been widened by five centimeters and the rear widened by eight centimeters. Under the hood lies a dormant 600 horsepower engine through a Phoenix intercooler, exhaust system, and ECU management.

The interior features custom upholstery and the standard JDM touch of Takata harnesses. For that perfect stance Liberty Walk went with CSD adjustable platinum VIP coilovers that close the gap between Toyo Proxes R888 and 20in Forgiato wheels. Stay tuned for more SEMA madness!

Jofel Tolosa
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