Kyosho Original 1/43 Nissan Skyline GT-R R33 Nismo Grand Touring Car Gray
Kyosho Original 1/43 Nissan Skyline GT-R R33 Nismo Grand Touring Car Gray
Kyosho Original 1/43 Nissan Skyline GT-R R33 Nismo Grand Touring Car Gray
Kyosho Original 1/43 Nissan Skyline GT-R R33 Nismo Grand Touring Car Gray
Kyosho Original 1/43 Nissan Skyline GT-R R33 Nismo Grand Touring Car Gray

Kyosho Original 1/43 Nissan Skyline GT-R R33 Nismo Grand Touring Car Gray

Regular price
$89.00
Sale price
$89.00

resin model

The R33 GT-R created by Nissan Motorsports International (currently Nissan Motorsports & Customized NISMO Office), which combines high-level sports driving on the circuit with comfort on the street. In 2016, it was the last car to be produced as a 2nd generation GT-R base, and not only did it improve performance, but also added a roof lining in addition to installing sound absorbing and heat insulating materials on the floor used in the R32 CRS. The comfort on the street has also been updated, and a new approach of an adult GT-R is proposed. The engine has also been updated by incorporating parts from the current model, such as the R35 GT-R injectors and air flow, and is equipped with a new complete unit called S2 that pursues flexibility and response that matches the characteristics of the vehicle. In addition, we also play a role in collecting data for NISMO Heritage, a project to reproduce genuine parts that started in 2017, and we have as many genuine parts as possible that were in stock at the time. The work is all-stripped and each part is thoroughly restored. All parts were assembled after being painted in the dark metal gray of the R35 GT-R. The R33 GT-R CRS, which has the performance suitable for a grand touring car, is one of the completed models provided by NISMO, and is the envy of owners and fans.

Brand Kyosyo
toy car shape
Material plastic
color gray
power supply battery type
About this product
The R33 GT-R Nismo Grand Touring Car is now available as a 1/43 scale resin model.
CRS (Clubman Race Spec) is a set-up that Nismo Works restores and tunes second-generation GT-Rs after the R32, which has been more than 30 years since its debut. The R33 has a new aero device different from the 400R and is painted in the dark metal gray of the R35 GT-R used throughout the CRS concept car.
Like other models, the suspension is equipped with LM GT4 wheels and large rotors and calipers.
Material: Plastic