GT-R’s Of Tokyo Auto Salon 2011: Part I

There are so many GT-R’s at Tokyo Auto Salon this year. With VIP and hybrid tuning reigning supreme, it’s nice to see that people are still thinking about going fast. There are far more GT-R’s at the show than I’m going to post, but these are some of the ones that stood out to me.

Endless was there showcasing their latest braking technology for the GT-R, including the Mono 6 calipers with the insane 430mm E-Slit rotors, designed specifically for the car. A number of shops have been involved with the building of the Endless demo GT-R, including HKS and MCR.

I know the politics behind it, but I just don’t understand why anyone would put Seibon products on their car. I’m sure their presence on all the Kansai Service demo cars is all some people need to think it’s legit. It’s not people, don’t be fooled. It’s a shame because this is a really clean car Kansai Service has put together.

After not bothering to show up last year, Top Secret is back with not one, but two new GT-R’s. I’m really digging the new Top Secret aero. It’s a little over the top in some aspects, but that’s what makes Top Secret so great!

Smokey also brought out the shop’s 700HP BB700. The side profile of this car, with all the new aero is just menacing.

JUN was also on hand with their new GT-R test subject. The company is using the car to develop a range of new engine components and aero pieces. It looks great in Hyper Lemon Yellow.

I’m going to be posting up a few more of my favorite GT-R’s from Tokyo Auto Salon later on.

Photos courtesy of Car Watch.

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One comment

  1. Truth be told, if carbon products are not made in-house by companies/tuning shops, it all comes from the same factory in China. The same applies to most racing seats. =\

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