Nissan GT-R Police Car Is Real, Stanced And Fast
It exists. GT-R police car is real and stanced. You may see it at the New York Auto Show
Updated October 17, 2018
Nissan 370Z is on its last legs. The GT-R, we have to say, is too. Despite that cool 2017 Nissan GT-R Track Edition release, the R35 Godzilla is actually an old supercar killer. Nissan knows it too. So, why not play with it while it lasts. And this is what they have come up with – a Nissan GT-R Police Car. Yes, it’s a Copzilla. Better welcome it nicely.
Here is the deal.
The R35 GT-R kept its iconic 565hp, 469lb-ft V6 engine. So, it’s stock but fast, as we have witnessed more than we thought we would. However, the changes do include fine police livery, cool Skyline Metro Police Department and full police lights all over. You see, the Copzilla Police Pursuit #23, is part of the imaginary Skyline Metro Police Department. It received golden stripes, LED light bar, all the badges, and a massive rear wing.
This Nissan GT-R Police Car Stanced to Serve and Protect
Ok, it is stanced. 22-inch wheels fit under the fenders thanks to fully adjustable new suspension specially installed to make the car look meaner and angrier. Designed to up the ante at the New York Auto Show, the stanced GT-R Police Car certainly looks threatening. You would not want to see one in your rearview mirror for sure. What you would like is to see it actually doing its job down there in “Mexico”. Just imagine the look on the face of a driver with a stanced GT-R police car lining up next to him. It has to happen.
You are doomed.
More or less, you’d have to have at least a Porsche 911 Turbo to outrun it, or be a really good driver in a Corvette Z06. The GT-R police car surely has enough speed to catch some of the fastest cars of the day.