The Nissan GT-R (X) 2050 Concept.
The Nissan GT-R (X) 2050 Concept, JB Choi created the original sketches and renderings of this concept while still a student at the ArtCenter College of Design. That led to an internship at Nissan Design America and eventually, the company decided it would develop the full scale model you see.
Measuring in at 10-feet long and just 2-feet tall, the low-slung GT-R (X) concept is closer to a superbike on four wheels than a traditional supercar. The concept does borrow some Nissan cues you might already be familiar with, like the signature V-Motion front end and quad rounded taillights. But one thing that truly separates this concept from every other supercar is the seating position.
As for Choi, his internship with Nissan Design America wrapped up earlier this year. The company was so impressed with his GT-R (X) concept, and the story behind it, though, that he now works full time at the studio. So expect more amazing designs from him in the future.
This concept is not hitting the Nissan production line anytime soon.