This is probably the coolest thing you’ll see today. The Nissan Skyline for the longest time has been identified by two things – the monstrous power it’s capable of making for giant-killing activities and its signature tail lights.

But the guys at Skeptic Innovations and Infinity Illuminations’ had different ideas. They’ve taken the iconic look and injected a dose of hypnotism with what seems like an endless dive into a black hole with this ensemble that completely replaces the original halogen housings.

What’s even cooler is that, aside from projecting various colours and movements without sacrificing the basic functions of a tail light, they can also be controlled with a modified Nintendo controller – seemingly from the same era as the R32 Skyline – talk about bridging the old and new.

In a time and age where JDM legends such as the R32 Skyline are almost unattainable by most mere mortals, forget the car; this tail light assembly will do. What a centre piece it would make in our living rooms.


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Pan Eu Jin
Regularly spend countless hours online looking at cars and parts I can't afford to buy. How a car makes you feel behind the wheel should be more important than the brand it represents - unless resale value is your thing.