Car mods are hit or miss from person to person, especially if it's an aesthetic choice. For example, I bought a pair of wing mirror caps, spray painted them white to match my wheels, and the Volvo community collectively lost their minds. Whatever, I'm a big fan of the look!

So this mod I'm about to show you might be another of those hit-or-miss scenarios, but I'm confident that more people will love this than won't. YouTuber user Steve Molans replaced the tail lights on his R32 Nissan Skyline GTS-4 with infinity lights and it looks amazing.

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Not only that, but did you see how the car is controlled by a freaking Nintendo remote!? How sick is that. I seriously need this in my life immediately.

According to the video all this, "Highlights the patterns, functions, depth, and clarity of the design as well as Highlighting different aspects of the car including the interior, original custom lighting, sound system, and even a custom modded NES (Nintendo) controller to control "Lock (A) Unlock(B) Trunk release (Select) and Remote Start (Start). Also highlighted is a custom made rear light up 'skyline' center garnish."

This attention to detail and customization is second to none. It is one of the coolest mods I've ever seen and if I ever get the chance to do this, you bet I will.

Do you guys like it? Let me know in the comments!

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