Sunday, June 4, 2023

Nissan GT-R R34 from Fast and Furious: The sports car was auctioned for $1.4 million

Film franchises like Fast and Furious may not like it or exaggerate, however, they are important to tuning enthusiasts and more and more people turn to the world of cars. After being exposed to iconic sports cars, this Nissan GT-R R34 was auctioned for the sum of one million dollars.

Paul Walker brought life to the character of Brian O’Connor in the various Fast & Furious movies, unfortunately, the actor died in a car accident in 2013.

This Nissan GT-R R34 appeared in the fourth installment of Fast and Furious, which we do not deny, however it looks with some modifications, it is an iconic model in every way and is only available to enthusiasts with a lot of money. is for

A Nissan GT-R R34 Special

In itself, the R34 generation is already highly valued on the second-hand market, and this one, which was driven by Paul Walker himself, has quite a bit more special value.

Therefore, it was sold for a total of $1.4 million, which is equivalent to over 24.8 million Mexican pesos.

This model was originally imported into the United States, however, not being legal, it was confiscated by that country’s government after the film was recorded.

The version of this GT-R R34 is also rare in that it has a separate performance modification, which makes it capable of up to 550 horsepower.

Inspiration for the GT-R Paul Walker himself

Something notable about this GT-R is that the modifications and styling also served as inspiration for the actor to add this color to his personal R34.

On the other hand, remember that this same model came out in the second installment, but with other kinds of changes, for the platinum gray paint, but with contrasting blue elements.

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