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Thread: Nissan GT-R, now in wrecked fashion!

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    Another 3 to the collection

    I now have well over 50 crashed skyline pics
    Lifts heavy things and hits hard......also eats as much as 2/3 people and sleeps 10 hours a day!

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    Is that one of those pop-up pedestrian saving bonnets, then? Looks like one...

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    hmm... that definitely hasnt hit a pedestrian though...
    Alright brain... you don't like me and I don't like you... but lets just do this...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hell_Unleashed View Post
    hmm... that definitely hasnt hit a pedestrian though...
    I heard he hit Chuck Norris...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Suka View Post
    I heard he hit Chuck Norris...
    Chuck Norris' shadow to be precise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VtecMini View Post
    Is that one of those pop-up pedestrian saving bonnets, then? Looks like one...
    And Nissan hasn't forgotten those on foot. The company says the bonnet, bumper, front fenders and cowl have all been designed to help mitigate injury to pedestrians (more here). Measures include a 'pop-up' bonnet -- according to Nissan: "when front bumper sensors detect an impact with a pedestrian, a control unit activates a pyrotechnic activator that raises the rear edge of the hood, helping to reduce the impact on the pedestrian's head."
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    at least it didn't catch on fire like the R8.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by clutch-monkey View Post
    i guess even AWD can't save some people.
    AWD does not assist in braking.

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    Lies! Everyone knows the GT-R is indestructable and can even timetravel to avoid accidents.
    I dont if I'll make home tonight
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    under the Tahitian moon

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScionDriver View Post
    AWD does not assist in braking.
    And neither in dealing with a tree.

    Probably.
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    so waste

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    I'm an ignoramus: is the GT-R a 2 seater, a 2+2 or a four seater?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NicFromLA View Post
    I'm an ignoramus: is the GT-R a 2 seater, a 2+2 or a four seater?
    Something along the lines of a 2+2.
    I'm dropping out to create a company that starts with motorcycles, then cars, and forty years later signs a legendary Brazilian driver who has a public and expensive feud with his French teammate.

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    Why? How? The thing practically drives it'self. lolz. Just more proof that your driving skill doesn't increase with your wallet size.
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    Maybe it wasn't his fault? And AWD doesn't assist in braking but 4 wheel brakes do. I think most AWD cars have 4 wheel brakes don't they? Either way I'm pretty sure even if most don't the GT-R does, because let's be real guys, it's the GT-R, it can even fly. But seriously i think it does have all wheel braking.

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