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Old 6th December 2009, 09:52   #1
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Custom Nissan GTR Wagon....Awesome!

The Nissan GT-R has already received rave reviews from just about everyone but those looking for a more family friendly version have been left waiting for the long rumored GT-R sedan to make its debut. Well it appears someone finally got tired of waiting and ended up creating what could be the world's first GT-R wagon.
Wearing a GT-R front end, the Nissan Stagea wagon boasts an aggressive appearance that would make drivers of the BMW M5 Touring and Mercedes E63 AMG Wagon think twice about passing. Built by Japan's Kids Heart tuning company the GT-R Stagea features a reduced ride height, big matte black wheels with bright accents, and a GT-R inspired rear bumper with quad exhaust tips.
Although we cannot be certain if the wagon features the GT-R's 3.8-liter twin turbo V6 engine with 480 horsepower and 430 lb-ft of torque, it has more than enough style to get by on its unique looks.


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Will blunders ever cease?!
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Looks pretty crazy - in a good way

I like it.
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the rear is too volvo-ish. could have been better.
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What's coming next? A GTR pick-up truck.
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What a Pathetic Looking car!!
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And the point of this is!!!!!!!!!!!! I think to go around the Nurburgring fastest with your grocceries and your dog.
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And the point of this is!!!!!!!!!!!! I think to go around the Nurburgring fastest with your grocceries and your dog.
Good one It can be used to scare your dog.
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Looks to me like a limousine with the rear half cut thrown.
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Trust the Japs to come up with some of the most outlandish creations. This looks quite interesting though..
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this is what i would lite to do to
  1. designer
  2. the person who approved ti
  3. the person who thought of showcasing this mistake at an auto show

reminds me of a Ferrari station wagon seen in some e mail some time back
this was my reaction then to it, now its the same on seeing this!
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that is one crazy looking car. Love the concept of dropping the kids to school and shopping in a GTR
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this is one car made for Jeremy Clarkson i guess.

expect this to get rave reviews at the Top Gear.
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this is one car made for Jeremy Clarkson i guess.

expect this to get rave reviews at the Top Gear.
I'd say expect this to be cut with a chainsaw or flung into the air(car dart)!
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Funny how many dont like it. I think this car is sic! Take something and make it unique and other than the volvoish tail lights I think it has good lines and probably looks better in person.
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