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Nissan Skyline GTR R35

Theme by AdyP

Nissan Skyline GTR R35

All new Skyline Icons and images.

Again with thanks to 3dmanipulasi on DA for some fantastic renders, one of which I have used in this theme.

Again thanks also to OPTIMUS, who made the Pointer icons used in this theme.
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18 thoughts on “Nissan Skyline GTR R35


  1. casper619:

    @ OPTIMUS, You actually got to drive a nismo skyline? Thats awsome man! You mentioned that you wher a race driver, what did you race and for how long. just curious because i’d like to get into the (legal) race scene. PS, I fully agree with you on what to call the skyline.

    Yep! A great car!
    Well, as I explained to Adyp in one of his first themes:

    “I competed in tarmac rallies, then in a sportscars championship for a german team owned by my uncle.
    It has been a great experience and I was pretty good. But one day, an accident forced me to leave that world… :(”

    It’s been veeeery long time ago, but (besides the accident) I still have good memories anyway.

    So, you wanna be a race driver?
    Well, I sincerely hope and I wish you to reach your goal!
    Just remember (and always keep in mind) this…

    “No matter how brave, good, or skillful you are: when driving whatever has 4 wheels and an engine (from a go-kart to a F1), you MUST always turn on your brain before starting your car’s engine!!!”

    That’s the only thing I always say to all those who want to begin a career in the motor racing world…

    Good luck, mate! πŸ˜€

  2. @ OPTIMUS, You actually got to drive a nismo skyline? Thats awsome man! You mentioned that you wher a race driver, what did you race and for how long. just curious because i’d like to get into the (legal) race scene. PS, I fully agree with you on what to call the skyline.


  3. latetzki:

    It’s been clearly over a week now, where’s my theme??

    Sorry for the delay, I am nearly finished with it, but I have an important web project I have to finish and its taking more time than I thought it would………..I’ll try and get it up at the weekend…. πŸ˜‰

  4. Oh well, I’m not here to convince anybody, so call it whatever you want…

    Don’t worry about your theme: sometimes it takes longer, sometimes less. If you uploaded it a week ago, most likely it will come out within 1 or 2 days.

  5. Yep, I perfectly know the types of Skyline you’re talking about…
    That’s why I told you that “Skyline” is the name, “GT-R” is the class, “R35” is the version/series, and so on.
    As I said, it is obvious that saying Skyline GT-R, everybody knows which car you mean because, as rightly you said, is the “GT-R” that distinguishes the High Performance model from the others (as it also happens, for example, with the Acura NSX which has different versions like Type-S, Type-X or Type-R).
    What I’m saying is that it’s not wrong to mention also the version of the car, because although everybody officially knows and calls it Skyline GT-R, even that car comes in different versions like every other car on the face of the earth…

    But at this point, I think that maybe we’re saying the same thing, but in different ways and we’re not understanding each other…

  6. Well, I disagree. If you say “Look, there’s Nissan GT-R”, there is no doubt (atleast I don’t have) what car you mean. If you see Skyline, you usually call it Skyline, not GT-R, because all of the Skyline’s aren’t GT-R’s, for example some of them are GT-S’s. Like you said, GT-R is not a model. And if you say “Look, there’s Ferrari”, it can as well be any Ferrari model. There is big difference, that’s my opinion.

  7. Yes, I perfectly know what you mean, but the fact is that actually GT-R is the name that distinguishes the class of vehicle, while R32/R33 etc., specifies the version. And every version can be specified by another sub-version like Spec II, Spec V and so on. That’s because each version has its own technique specifications about engine, power, performance etc.
    It is obvious that if someone says Skyline GT-R, everyone knows that is the Nissan’s super sports car, but… which version???
    You know, it’s like when you see a Ferrari or Lamborghini or even a simple city car (just to make another example): you can’t say just Ferrari or Lamborghini, but you call them Ferrari F40, 355, Modena or Lamborghini Diablo, Diablo SV, Gallardo and so on…
    And if you just say Skyline GT-R, you know which car is, but you’ll never know which version.
    There are many versions of the same car (especially japanese cars), that’s why they always specify them: you could go crazy even just knowing how many versions of Honda Civic exist… πŸ˜€
    In this case, everybody says only Skyline GT-R because it’s the most simply way to identify that car…

    So:

    Skyline = the name;
    GT-R = the class/series;
    R35 = the version;
    (and eventually Spec II, Spec V, etc = the sub-version or the specific sporting equipment for that vehicle)

    Trust me: I was a race car driver, so I know what I’m talking about.

  8. Sure you can call it Skyline GT-R R35 if you want, everyone expected it to named as Skyline R35 but it didn’t. But officially it’s just Nissan GT- R

  9. Yep! Every Skyline you’ll be able to find, will always be a japanese one: western versions are very rare…
    I had the fortune to drive a Skyline R33 GT-R by NISMO: an air-to-air missile!
    Not to mention the Silhouette Formula…


  10. latetzki:

    Quite nice picture. However, it’s called just Nissan GT-R.

    I have to agree with OPTIMUS on this, I found this render via a seriuos Nissan Skyline GTR forum and have it on good information that this version is a Skyline GTR R35 prototyp for the Japan market.


  11. latetzki:

    Quite nice picture. However, it’s called just Nissan GT-R.

    The Skyline GTR, since the day of its creation, has been marketed in a lot of versions: R30, R32 (there was even the R32.5 version), R33 and so on. And each version has other “sub-versions”…
    So, it’s not wrong calling a Skyline with its version included.

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