After yesterday’s Nissan GT-R V-Spec, we thought we would found a winner for the most expensive GT-R, however this tuned version claims to cost 18,880,000 Yen! (Approximately $205,938). Zele International will be showing their ‘Complete Edition’ R35 GT-R at this weekend’s Tokyo Auto Salon.

So what do you get for your money? Well… first and foremost you get exclusivity; just eight customers will get the complete package. Of course individual parts will be made available for anyone else who wants them but the full package will only b applied to eight cars.

To start with, an ECU upgrade helps unlocks some extra power from the car, 77bhp to be exact, taking the total output to 550bhp. There’s also an increase in the management of oil temperatures, as such a rear differential oil cooler has been fitted. To complete the power upgrades, the GT-R’s exhaust has been replaced with a titanium coated unit, this is claimed to aid in weight saving, heat proofing and exhaust note.

The car is caked in dry carbon fibre on the roof, the front bumper, the rear spoiler, the side view mirrors, the front lip, side skirts, NACA hood ducts and the rear under spoiler. The use of carbon fibre is extensive and hopefully helps a huge deal in reducing the weight of the car. Zele International has designed a height adjustable conversion kit to enhance the cars handling properties. This bolt’s onto the standard cars Bilstein suspension so you lose none of the standard car’s great capabilities. Zele Sports Brake Pads are fitted to the standard Brembo aluminium brake callipers and RAYS 20 inch forged alloy wheels are standard. Customers can also choose between the Gram Lights R57GT or Volk Racing TE37 G2 wheels.

Inside there’s some new Recaro bucket seats wrapped in Alcantara. The ‘Complete Edition’ can be ordered in any colour the customer desires thanks to Zele’s Custom Paint Program. Zele provide a limited warranty on their work, this covers 20,000km or 1 year and the cars are expected to go on sale on 30th March 2009 with a lead time of between 90 to 180 days. Enjoy these pictures…

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