Japanese tuners Wald International has released their body-kit for the Nissan GT-R. The kit comes in a choice of wet or dry carbon fibre, and is not unreasonably priced.

Wald International has officially introduced their new body package for the Nissan GT-R.  The Japanese tuner has not released any engine modifications, citing the "difficulty in tuning the GT-R's engine."

The company has created several carbon-fibre body parts to lighten the vehicle's weight and make the car more aerodynamic.  They custom built a front-lip spoiler and nose cover, and rear wing.  Low-drag duct covers from another lightweight composite material are in place, while under the hood the cutomer will find a carbon-fibre engine cover.

Wald's aero-kit comes in the glossy finish typically used for street cars, called wet carbon fibre, or a dull matte grey color, called dry carbon fibre.  The second choice is usually used on racers.  A wet carbon kit starts at 1,039,500 yen ($11,620), with the dry carbon kit going for about 2,362,500 ($26,410).  Prices include taxes.

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