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The ultra-rare Nissan Skyline 2000 GT-R is looking for a digitally unapologetic JDM lifestyle.

The JDM way of life, like many other automotive trends, has its quirky niches. As a result, it's only natural for virtual artists to try to take advantage of them in their never-ending quest for CGI glory.

The legendary Nissan Skyline GT-R, which debuted in 1969, had a few other names before settling on the current "Godzilla" moniker. JDM fans will recall that the original was also known as "Hakosuka," but how many fans remember the popular code name for the short-lived, ultra-rare second generation?

Because of its continued use of the 2.0-liter S20 inline-six engine, it was officially dubbed the 1973 Nissan Skyline 2000 GT-R. With fewer than 200 units produced, this iteration quickly became a famous victim of the early 1970s gasoline crisis.

Aside from the odd facts, the second-generation Skyline GT-R is likely to be a highly valuable collector's car due to its scarcity. As a result, there is a very slim chance that any examples will end up looking like this. Regardless, Rostislav Prokop, the virtual artist behind the rostislav prokop account on social media, has decided to go "Japan tuning crazy" with one, according to the description.

As a result, the pixel master attempted to digitally recreate the 1973 Skyline 2000 GT-R with "Bosozoku" characteristics... but was corrected by one of his fans. As a result, according to some, this virtual creation could also be classified as a "Kaido Racer" or even a "Chibaragi" vehicle.

As is always the case, beauty is in the eye of the beholder... and the same could be said for this outlandish Skyline GT-R.

Whatever the specific niche, it (fortunately) remains entirely speculative. As a result, we can easily forgive the CGI expert's extravagant styling. After all, when was the last time you saw a 1973 GT-R wearing all these crazy bits and pieces like there was no tomorrow? Most likely not.


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