The mighty R35 Nissan GT-R is arguably one of the most tunable supercars money can buy, and we have seen a fair share of them. Some dubiously modded, while others, tastefully enhanced. The example you see here fits the latter.
Finished in a striking two-tone carbon black and matte gold finish, the ADV1 GT-R belongs to a well-heeled owner in Bahrain, where the photos were taken on the Bahrain International Circuit.
As you can see from the photos, the car’s roof, bootlid, rear wing, side skirts, part of the front fenders and front bumper are all finished in polished carbon. Even the GT-R’s headlights have lashings of gold and carbon. Rounding off the exterior makeover are a set of 21-inch ADV1 black alloy wheels measuring 21×10.5 at the front and a massive 21×12.5 at the rear.
Inside, the owner has thankfully left the gold outside, with the interior remaining largely unchanged, safe for some carbon fibre trim on the door, steering wheel, transmission tunnel and a pair of carbon fibre rear seats.