The world's fastest man, Olympic champion sprinter Usain Bolt, is working with Nissan to create special edition GT-Rs.
Nissan has already produced a unique gold GT-R in honour of Bolt's Olympic achievements. The car, whose interior fittings are finished in genuine gold, will be up for auction on eBay to help the runner's charity - Usain Bolt Foundation - offer more opportunities for children in his home country of Jamaica.
The Japanese car company also named Bolt as their 'Director of Excitement'.
Bolt has already started looking at abreakdown of possible options for a career after he retires from running. The sprinter will collaborate with a Nissan team of product specialists on a limited edition run of GT-R models to be sold "throughout the world".
The Jamaican star had earlier given his input into the development of his very own 'Bolt GT-R' for his personal use, and spent days testing a number of GT-R models at Nissan's proving ground in Oppama, Japan. Bolt said: "Racing is my inspiration, and I want to help Nissan become an even more exciting brand for everyone."
The gold Bolt GT-R will be put on the auction block later in October. His signature is embossed on the car, which sports a one-off paint job and interior fittings finished in real gold.
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