Bespoke Nissan GT-R Predzilla donated for charity image

The third-generation Nissan GT-R (R32) has been proudly carrying the “Godzilla” nickname – and some fans even use the moniker affectuously on the current R35, though Nissan has apparently decided to come up with a new calling sign – “Predzilla”.

This is intentional, as they are linking this unique model to the 2017 Western Conference Champion Nashville Predators. They took a GT-R Premium and redressed in the team’s official colors and graphics, with a yellow attire and black body graphics depicting the NHL team’s logo. Nissan usually asks anyone $109,990 if they want a GT-R Premium even without any options, but this time around we’re hoping the price will go seriously up, not down, since the model will be auctioned off and the proceeds donated to charity. They will reach the Predators Foundation and the money will be used to help the Nashville community.

Predzilla donated to Nashville Predators Foundation

In case a Nashville Predators fan snatches the unique GT-R, it will not only go to matches in the car, but also get two 2017-18 season tickets as well as a parking pass for the Sixth Avenue Garage. The auction will close in October, and the winner is going to take home a GT-R with titanium exhaust, all-wheel-drive system and a dual-clutch six-speed gearbox to deliver the grunt of the biturbo 3.8-liter V6 engine packing 565 horsepower and 467 pound-feet of torque.