The market is filled with all kinds of tuning packages for the Nissan GT-R, but Wheelsandmore believes there’s room for one more.
So, without further ado, meet ‘CrankZilla’, the tuner’s latest interpretation of the Japanese supercar, which can be ordered with one of five power levels that increase the twin-turbo V6’s stock output of 570PS (562hp) and 637Nm (460lb-ft).
Stages 1, 2, and 3 add up to 605PS (596hp) and 700Nm (lb-ft), 630PS (621hp) and 800Nm (590lb-ft), and 650PS (641hp) and 830Nm (612lb-ft) respectively, whereas the fourth installment takes the Nissan GT-R to 700PS (690hp) and 850Nm (627lb-ft). The ultimate step is Stage 5, with an impressive 740PS (730hp) and 900Nm (664lb-ft) of torque at the crank.
Wheelsandmore says that they “recognize and respect” the 1,000+ conversions of the GT-R, adding that the car “is tuned up to the maximum to be handled safe on the track” in Stage 5.
Additionally, their tuned GT-R also features a height adjustable suspension that brings it 30mm (1.18in) closer to the ground, in addition to the 9.5×21- and 11×21-inch rims front and rear shod in 255/35 and 295/30 tires, respectively, while a combination of bronze and copper accents, alongside some decals, round up the list of upgrades.