With previous off-road transformations that include ruggedizing a Lamborghini Gallardo and a Bentley Continental GT, it’s fair to say that Dutch performance shop, Classic Youngtimers is no stranger to churning out high-dollar exotics built to play in the dirt. And the Uden-based outfit has now taking lessons learned from its pair of prior elite off-roaders to deliver its most capable rally machine to date, converting Nissan’s groundbreaking GT-R into a bonafide go-anywhere racer.
With only 4.3” of ground clearance, the Nissan’s off-road prowess was lacking, so the factory equipment was swapped for an off-road-oriented arrangement that affords an extra 4.7” of travel. The up-specced suspenders are paired with larger off-road wheels shod in all-terrain rubber, as well as flared fenders to accommodate the bigger rims, plus a full-size spare held in a bespoke rooftop rack. The roof also gets an LED lightbar, supplemented by a side of auxiliary LEDs in the bumper. Despite already offering top speeds exceeding 200mph, sub-2.5-second 0-60mph times, and a whopping 485hp in its stock form, Classic Youngtimers have opted to further massage the potent six-banger, resulting in a claimed output of more than 6000hp. Dubbed “Godzilla 2.0,” Classic Youngtimer’s 2010 2010 Nissan GT-R is available on the shop’s website for $107,400.