Nissan Unveils 24-Carat Gold Supercar Called Godzilla

Posted: Oct 12 2016, 11:13am CDT | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles


Nissan Unveils 24-Carat Gold Supercar Called Godzilla
Credit: The Sun
  • Nissan Unveils “Godzilla”, a Gold Plated Supercar!

Godzilla is covered in 24 carat gold and will be yours in just $1million!

Do you like some “Bling-Bling” in your accessories? Can you afford a one million Dollar car? If yes, then Nissan has gotten a perfect thing for you! The company is working on a $1 million super car that is not only super but entirely covered in gold. This car is being prepared by the company and will be plated in 24-carat gold. 

The gold is not the only super thing about this supercar! The gold-plated Nissan R35 GT-R’s body will have special carvings that is done by top notch professionals. It is going to be a hand-carved sports car which will be offered in 3.8 liter V6 twin turbo engine. Its output will be 545bhp. The price of this vehicle is set for $1 million, thus if you can afford it, then it can be a best vehicle that you buy. 

The Japanese designers have worked really hard in dressing the Nissan R35 GT-R in fiber glass body panels. Along with that they also did all the work in putting on a layer of 24-carat gold on the body. Takahiko Izawa who is a master engraver and carving specialist from Japan, worked for weeks on the body in order to carve special patterns on the car. The car will showcase carvings which will showcase oriental patterns on the shiny gold surface.

It has been given the name of Godzilla due to its really high price, according to The Sun. This new and apparently very flashy Nissan R35 GT-R was showcased recently in Dubai, where the market of this kind of car is pretty strong. The mega rich people in Middle East, especially in Dubai and Abu-Dhabi love to spend their money on these kind of cars. 

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