The exterior does not indicate that much has changed inside the car as it wears a dark green brushed paint and sits on a new set of “tapering rims”.
Take a look inside and you will either love it or hate it. We are the latter as this style does not suit a car like the GT R Pro.
Craniums with wings appear on the seat cushions, backrests and even the door panels. Roses and a paisley pattern are also part of the design.
The rest of the cabin including the seatbelts features dark green leather that matches the colour of the exterior.
As a reminder, the GT R Pro shares the 4.0-litre V8 from the GT R which means the twin-turbo unit delivers 577 hp (430 kW).