Keen eye observer can tell this isn’t a GT-R. It is not. In fact, it is a 1991 R32 GTS-4. But that’s the point. The point is, it has a freaking infinity mirror taillights! Also it has a bad-ass NES controller for key fob. Yes, really!

Infinity Mirror Taillights Nissan R32 Skyline

Created by “gear head” Steve Molans of Skeptik Innovations, this handsome ride really lights up the night. And oh, the NES controller can be use to lock and unlock the car, release the trunk, and wait for it… remote start too.

Given the size of the controller, anyone should feel awkward, but what the hell? It is a NES controller, isn’t it? And heck, it is a freaking key fob!

Infinity Mirror Taillights Nissan R32 Skyline

Beyond the mesmerizing infinity mirror taillights, Steve’s one-of-a-kind Skyline also boasts a custom made rear light up “Skyline” center garnish, an interior with custom lighting and sound system – just to name a few.

Keep going for a video to see the different aspect of this awesome car customization and of course, the infinity mirror taillights in action.

Images: Facebook (@Skeptikinnovations)/YouTube (Steve Molans).

Published by Mike chua

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