Debuting at the 2007 Tokyo Motor Show, the Nissan GT-R is the most iconic sports car ever produced by the eastern world. As the sixth generation model to bear the GT-R name, the Nissan GT-R follows in the footsteps of the many GT-R iterations of its predecessor: the Nissan Skyline. Despite this heritage, the Nissan GT-Rs only identifiable feature from the Skyline are its signature four round tail lights due to the vehicle being built on an entirely new model. Beyond that, the only thing tying the two cars together is their well-suited Godzilla nickname. Nissans chief creative officer has likened the Nissan GT-R to high tech giant robots popular in Japanese culture. While the comparison may seem ridiculous, anyone who has had the pleasure of getting behind a GT-Rs wheel knows that this analogy is as true as steel. This chassis number 270166 is a Switzer modified ultimate street edition vehicle with over 1100 horsepower. Performance modifications by Switzer and The Shop Houston include ball-bearing turbocharger upgrades, mahle pistons, pins, and rings, camshafts, oil pump intercoolers, fuel injector kit, GT30R turbochargers and manifold external wastegate, mass air flow (MAF) intake and filter, high flow intakes, and catless downpipes with full 4 in. stainless steel exhausts. Additional performance upgrades are present in the form of Carillo rods, an Albins 1-6 gearset, a 1000-lb foot clutch, a transmission brace, a 1000HP pro-level rear axle kit, a Boost logic engine breathing system, an ethanol fuel tank, and an EcuTek tune. However, theres more to this example than outstanding performance. Aesthetic improvements have been made both outside and in thanks to the inclusion of carbon fiber for the rear diffuser, exhaust surrounds, and center dashboard. Furthermore, an impressive Bose surround sound system was installed in case a driver needs to drown out the fear-instilling thrum of the engine at full capacity. All said and done, the previous owner spent over $50,000 upgrading and maintaining this example during his stewardship. To be clear, thats on top of the Switzer ultimate street edition modifications priced at $90,000. This is the definitive car for any driver that lives life a quarter-mile at a time. PLEASE NOTE!! THE CAR ALSO COMES WITH HIGH FLOW EXHAUST AND CATS THAT CAN BE INSTALLED FOR USE ON PUBLIC STREETS. Specs: 3.8L twin-turbocharged engine, Automatic 6-speed dual-clutch transmission with manual paddle shift, Switzer ultimate street edition, EcuTek tune TCM & ECM, Bose surround sound system, Stainless steel exhaust, GT30R turbochargers, Oil pump intercoolers, Albins 1-6 gearset, 4-inch exhaust, Custom dyno tune with rolling anti-lag and boost controller, 18-inch Advan GT wheels, M&H drag radials, Pressure monitoring kit, Visconti tuning fuel, Pagid racing brake pads, Girodisc front rotors, Flex fuel, 1000HP pro-level rear axle kit, MAF intake and filter, Boost logic engine breathing system, 1125HP and 904 torque.