This video is simply stunning. Brilliantly filmed, precisely modeled, and hilariously executed, this Fast & Furious homage is something anyone can love–even if you’re not a fan of the movies.
Behind the scenes is worth watching, too. You’d appreciate how much work had been put in.
Behind the scenes of “Fast & Furious 6” looks amazing, too.
This is the fastest R32 GT-R, called TARGET BNR32 DRAG GT-R, in Japan. It has stunned the world with Japan’s tuning know-how as well as the performance of Japanese cars. Best 0-400m time was clocked at 8.111 sec… with an R32, not an R35! And it is believed that some R32s will record 7 seconds soon. The TARGET BNR32 DRAG GT-R is competing for this year’s D&S night, night 0-400m event held in Tohoku area which was struck hard back in 2011 with massive earthquake, and everyone should be watching out for it!
Motor Trend and Autocar have decided to put R35 against Audi R8 V10 Plus as well as Alpina B6. Both Audi and Alpina are more expensive and slower than R35 yet receive praises for their comfort and ease of driving. Although R35 is praised for its sheer speed on circuits, both medias seem not fully satisfied with GT-R.
Nissan GT-R has pursued numbers. Lexus LFA pursued the joy of driving, regardless of the cost. Yet, both Japanese supercars never quite seem to get the full praises from journalists or from the car media when compared with their rival supercars.
I would like to see a journalist, or a car media who can point out exactly what is missing from GT-R or Lexus LFA… Is it the history of the brand? Is it the design?