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Whose is Bigger? 2015 Nissan GT-R Takes on Kim Kardashian on Twitter

Motor Trend logo Motor Trend 11/12/2014 Zach Gale
2015 Nissan GT R Nismo Ours Is Bigger Twitter Shot© Provided by MotorTrend 2015 Nissan GT R Nismo Ours Is Bigger Twitter Shot

We've conducted plenty of head-2-head matchups here at Motor Trend, but never imagined we'd one day see a 2015 Nissan GT-R Nismo go up against Kim Kardashian. The well-known media personality took to Twitter to release an outrageous photo from a Paper Magazine shoot with Jean-Paul Goude, and, in under after just 20 hours, the NSFW shot had been retweeted nearly 3,000 times. It didn't take long for Nissan to deliver a comeback, fittingly featuring the brand's most powerful and capable supercar yet: the 2015 GT-R Nismo. With a photo of the car's racy rear end, Nissan added the caption, "OURS IS BIGGER."

"Holy f--king s--t" is how Paper describes the photos from Kardashian's shoot, and anyone who has experienced the awesome power of the 2015 GT-R Nismo's 600 hp and advanced all-wheel drive might say the same. Kardashian and the GT-R have, in the past, been known to #BreaktheInternet, and this isn't the first time Nissan has used the GT-R to get in on something that's trending on Twitter. Just two months ago, Nissan released an amusing photo of a Nyan Cat GT-R after Ferrari sent Deadmau5 a cease-and-desist letter demanding he remove the Nyan Cat wrap on his 458 Italia.

As for who has the most awe-inspiring booty, well, we might have to give Kardashian the win, but give Nissan points for playing along, as well as for the champagne glass on the car’s spoiler – a reference to Goude’s original “Champagne Incident” photo. We'd expect no less from the automaker that has also given us the asymmetrical Cube hatchback and nonsensical Murano CrossCabriolet CUV convertible.

Source: Nissan via Twitter, Kim Kardashian via Twitter, Paper Magazine (not safe for work)

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