What we’ve got here, good folks, is a Nissan ‘R35’ GT-R front end, mutilated with science and engineering, and welded to the middle and arse of a M35 Nissan Stagea.
This isn’t the first time the head of a GT-R has been frankensteined onto a Stagea – it’s a popular enough swap in Japan and there are probably a couple in Oz – but it’s surely a first for the all-new GT-R.
Combined with beautiful white paint, low offset, deep-dish rims, and a low ride height, you’d be forgiven if you’ve right this second begun thinking about starting a family just to justify the need for a GT-R wagon.
The real question though is whether the engine bay still bears the GT-R’s monstrous VR38DETT engine.
The Stagea end of this project has also received a GT-R style modified rear bumper, with its huge pipes poking through.
Built by Japanese tuning house Kids Heart (don’t worry, they’ve all got whacky names), this ‘StaGT-R’ is on show at the Nagoya Auto Trend show – if you happen to be in Japan.
Thanks to Matt for the tip!