Murano GT-R

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    Murano GT-R

    I know it's messy, but it was done quickly.

    Changed the style or the taillight, lower bumpers, side skirts.

    Available with Intelli-Grip

    Chassis re-engineered to make it RWD.

    Aims at the Cayenne.

    Took a Nissan 5.6 V8, made it a 6.5 and made it give 470hp

    There's another version, a 7.2 with 582hp

    Then there's a Supercharged 7.2 with 825hp!!!

    The last one uses extemsive Carbon Fiber and Aluminum

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    Re: Murano GT-R

    Why have 3 different engines in one "hi-po" version of the Murano? Just stick with one engine, the "base" 470 HP. Also, I'd just put it on the Z/G/FX RWD/AWD platform instead of re-engineering a FWD platform to become RWD... Also, not sure I'm liking the sidepipes on this car. I'd go with quad-tips from the rear. And lower it about an inch or so.
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    Re: Murano GT-R

    Pretty cool man.

    How about trying to change the window between the C and D pillars on the side of the car to make it look normal, instead of the triangle shape.
    I'll make a new sig. Later.
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