Where abouts in Yokohama?
I expect the brakes look small because they're under 20" wheels....
GT Channel - New GT-R on the streets of Harajuku, Tokyo (kind of...)The guerilla marketing strategy by Nissan this time is quite a funny one. "Carry 2 masked GT-Rs on a truck, and carry them through the streets of Tokyo." These photos were taken about a week and a half ago on the streets of Harajuku, and Aoyama. But according to the photographer, the hip people in Aoyama, nor the fashion geeks in Harajuku paid any attention to the masked car that was carried on a truck......no wonder...
Very odd for sure, seems to me like Nissan is exposure huntin in the weeks before the official release. Either that or the truck driver "accidently" left the tarps up while he went and picked up a tonkatsu set...:chuckle:Hmmm are these leaked shots? If this was you or I we would have our cameras pressed up against the windows and under the chassis.
Anyway they look mean as heck..........where did i put my deposit money
http://www.gtr.co.uk/forum/upload/84481-black-mask-project.htmlVery odd for sure, seems to me like Nissan is exposure huntin in the weeks before the official release. Either that or the truck driver "accidently" left the tarps up while he went and picked up a tonkatsu set...:chuckle:
Why would they run a truck through Busan Korea? Nissan won't enter the Korean market for at least 2-3 years, although Infiniti has been around for awhile.
But that is titillating. I think I'd crash my car if I saw that go past me in Seoul. Fecking marketing. I don't even want, nor can afford the bloody thing, it'll never be as sensuously beautiful as a BNR32, and yet now I'm all caught up in the hype.