At first glance, this may look like one of Nissan’s most iconic vehicles to date, but upon closer inspection, you’ll realize that it’s just a heavily modified Honda CR-V with a Skyline R34 GT-R front end. Despite how it looks, this Honda CR-V definitely has the power numbers to back up its front end, or to be more specific, a turbocharged 1.8L Honda B18C VTEC engine making 500hp.
Other modifications include a custom titanium intake, BRIDE Low Max seats and a custom center console, complete with a touchscreen infotainment system. For those wondering, the 500 horsepower is transferred by the stock CR-V CVT transmission to all four wheels, as it may have taken too much work to swap in a manual transmission from another vehicle.
- Spatial audio with dynamic head tracking places sound all around you
- Adaptive EQ automatically tunes music to your ears
- All-new contoured design
- Force sensor lets you easily control your entertainment, answer or end calls, and more
- Sweat and water resistant