One of One GT-R, Spaceship On Wheels
Updated: Apr 17, 2021
Nissan, S-Chassis, Z models, and Skyline GT-R’s. You'll see them in many places. And in today’s world, it’s hard to make one stand out, especially GT-R’s. But that’s exactly what the owner of this 2019 R35 has done. Be special, stand out from the crowd, and really blow your mind! He’s accomplished it perfectly. Get ready, and let’s dive in.
Before we go to far, an excellent video of this GT-R was created for us by our friends at Fireblazin Media and is posted on the Super Fast Car News YouTube channel. Here's the link: https://youtu.be/vvgzlXsqyt8. Go check it out and you'll feel like you were right there with us.
People who have been on the site since the beginning remember that our first review was Jay’s (@716gtr on Instagram) stunning 2014 R35 GT-R, so why do another one you ask? For a few reasons, one, it has been a very long time since I’ve been in a GT-R, or Godzilla as some refer to it. Secondly, when the opportunity comes to review the first-ever Kream Developments Version 3 Widebody kit in the U.S, you don’t say no.
I'll be doing a quick write-up on Kream Development's in the near future to introduce them if you're not familiar. For now, check out their site for some info on why these guys rock the world of creative thinking for automotive design.
It took me an extra day to start writing this because my brain was so fried after getting to experience it. With one R35 review already on the site, I'll skip the basics of introducing the car model. I'll be focusing on a lot of the aesthetics of the car's exterior design as that is what really pops with this beauty.
Of course I have to mention that this spaceship with four wheels is making just over 700 horsepower from its twin-turbo VR38DETT with the AMS Performance Alpha 7 GT-R Package. What does that include? Well for just around $12,000 you get new downpipes, better intakes, intercooler, blow-off valves, and fuel delivery, as well as new timing and fuel maps give this car the 700hp number that it has. Not to mention this is all on the factory turbos. So let’s go and get right into it!
Now, the first-ever molded widebody Kream GT-R in America, it’s beyond eye-catching, as soon as the garage door opened to reveal this monster both Pablo (@fireblazinmedia on Instagram) and I were in awe, speechless. The way the curves meet the lines so perfectly and the sheer size of the rear wing cause a sort of sensory overload.
In most cases, not knowing what to look at is a bad thing, not here. Every bit of this car guides your eyes to the next eye-catching detail. From the massive front-mounted intercooler, all the way back to the HKS titanium exhaust and Kream Developments wing with its ‘X” supports keeping it bolted to the trunk lid of the car. KD (Kream Developments) went all out here, with everything from the entirely new carbon fiber bumpers to the razor sharp carbon winglets coming off the front fenders, they missed nothing. The car was built for SEMA, but with Covid-19 cancelations all over the country, this one will have to wait for next year. Oh, I need to mention the excellent Air Lift Performance air suspension, which is the first time I’ve ridden in a car on air.
To be honest, it doesn’t feel like it hinders the performance of the car as much as I’ve heard, although we didn’t do much high-speed cornering so I can’t be completely sure. One of the things I noticed that I failed to realize in my previous experience was the seats. MY, are they snug! After a half-hour drive, I got out with a serious need to crack my back. Maybe this is just because I’ve never noticed it before, or I'm just getting a little older! Another observation was the extreme grip when we did a few pulls. With 345-section tires all the way around and that dinner-table wing in the back, grip and high-speed stability is no issue here. And of course, the wider stance keeps you firmly planted! This was all very impressive.
When we first asked Sario (the owner) why he had gone with KD and not a more mainstream brand like Rocket Bunny or Liberty Walk, he replied,
“I don’t like the look of the exposed hardware, looks cheap and unfinished.”
In this case we agree, especially after being treated to the gorgeous molded fenders and seamless transitions of this beast. Of course the exposed hardware works for some people as it adds a raw element but we saw first-hand the beauty of a seamless solution is really amazing.
With the titanium exhaust tips and upgraded downpipes, you’d think this car would be a riot to drive as far as noise right? Not really, this GT-R doesn’t pop and bang like a lot of other modified cars. Instead, there was a custom tuned cruising-speed drone, unrefined sound is no issue here.
To wrap it all up, is it worth going with this slightly less-known brand over competitors like LW and RB? Well, first is your preference of course. If you’re looking for outstanding quality, perfect body lines, and don’t want to trade your car for a spaceship? Then a seamless package from Kream Developments is a perfect solution! Not to mention, the Alpha 7 package really brings out the best in this car on the stock turbos, giving it the extra performance it needs to keep up with its looks.
Thanks again to Sario and our photographer Pablo at Fireblazin Media for their help making this dream of an opportunity come to life. Make sure to keep an eye on our Instagram and YouTube @superfastcarnews for more great photos and videos!
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