The R32 Skyline GT-R (nicknamed Godzilla) dominated the Group A Class Racing in the 1990s in particular the Japanese and Australian Touring Car Championships. Because of its dominance, it was excluded from the Australian Touring Car Championship series in 1993 due to regulatory changes to make the series more competitive to other makes.
This yellow Hot Wheels Nissan Skyline GTR (R32) was released in 2016 under the Night Burnerz 5-multipack series.
The front is un-tampo. It has left headlight duct to feed cooler air for the intakes which are placed right behind the left headlight area. The front aggressive bumper styling has a big center opening and twin air ducts to feed air for the center mount intercooler. The side bumper ducts channel air to the engine oil and transmission coolers.
Beneath the center mount hood vents with safety hood pins hide the monstrous inline six twin turbos RB26DETT motor. The windscreen and windows are black tinted. There is no detailed tampo of the headlights.
It has a wide bodykit with big wheel arches matched to wider front and rear bumpers. Wheels are gray PR5 from Hot Wheels.
Black tampo graphics of faux sponsors’ logos and black/white stripes decorate the sides of this Hot Wheels Skyline. There is a black Hot Wheels tampo too.
Front quarter view.
Rear quarter view.
This is the first Hot Wheels Skyline with metal rear spoiler casting. Tampos of distinctive four round taillights, small rear reverse and fog lamp, and ‘Nissan’ and ‘GTR’ badges adorn the rear of the car which is totally neat. The ‘Skyline’ tampo fills up the license plate space perfectly.
The tampos made the rear look real cool from this aerial view. Tinted windows seems totally black from here.
The base is made of plastic in black color. Visible here is the outline of the ATTESA E-TS AWD system. This Hot Wheels is “Made in Thailand”.
Hope you have a fun time with this Hot Wheels Nissan Skyline GTR (R32)!
Video of 2016 Hot Wheels Night Burnerz 5 pack with Nissan Skyline GT-R R32 review:
Source: Oz DieCasts