Just days after its official debut at the 2016 New York International Auto Show, a roofless version of the 2017 Nissan GT-R is imagined in a rendering by X-Tomi Design.
An open-top Nissan GT-R has never been a part of Nissan’s plans and might never be in the future. It is however nice to get an impression of what a GT-R convertible could possibly look like. What are your thoughts on a roofless GT-R, is it something Nissan should look into? Let us know your opinions in the comments below!
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For more information on the recently revealed 2017 Nissan GT-R, make sure to visit our earlier article and live article from the 2016 NYIAS.
X-Tomi’s imagination of a chopped roof Nissan is killer! But I don’t know whether he has ever imagined the wind noise in roadsters. The turbulence got to such an annoying level on my drop top that I had to mount an additional wind deflector to counter it. The top down drives are absolutely enjoyable and noise-free after installing the BackBlade windstop!