This 1991 Nissan Skyline R32 may not be a GTR model, but owner Steve Molans made sure his GTS-4 stood out from the rest. How so? He custom designed and manufactured a set of infinity mirror taillights for the vehicle, complete with colored LEDs, and even a Nintendo controller remote start to boot. An infinity mirror is basically when two or more parallel or nearly parallel mirrors, create a series of smaller and smaller reflections that appear to recede to infinity. Read more for a video and additional information.
In a classic self-contained infinity mirror, you’ll find a set of light bulbs, LEDs, or other point-source lights that are placed around the periphery of a fully reflective mirror, and a second, partially reflective one-way mirror located a short distance in front of it, in a parallel alignment. When someone looks into the surface of the partially reflective mirror, the lights appear to recede into infinity, creating the appearance of a tunnel of lights of great depth.
Built by Steve Molans of Skeptik Innovations and Infinity Illuminations. Featuring taillight control by the Blueghozt module, one-off custom lighting, sound system, and showing off build quality,” according to the video description.