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This Nissan GT-R Cop Car Is A Nightmare For All The Street Racers!

Unless you have a Koeinsgegg or Pagani!

While not as cool as the R34 Nissan GT-R that does real police work in Japan, this coincidental “Copzilla” made by Nissan for the up and coming New York Automobile fair is still truly sweet. In view of the facelifted 2017 Nissan GT-R, Police Interest #23 comes stacked with bull bars, blazing red and blue lights, and a looking over Drove bar in advance. Mechanical changes are constrained to a brought down suspension giving it a more stanced look, with the twin-turbo V6 staying unaltered with 562 hp and 469 lb-ft of torque.

Unmistakably that was esteemed all that anyone could need for the young men in blue of the anecdotal Horizon Metro Police Office. Outside improvements are significantly all the more fascinating with a carbon-fiber widebody pack that incorporates a monster raise wing, thick bits of metal in advance, tinted windows, gold stripes running at the edges, and a mean arrangement of 22-inch composites with required spikes standing out of them. The erratic GT-R Police Interest will be participated in New York yet the new GT-R Track Release, which spaces somewhere close to the stock car and the GT-R Nismo, and additionally the simply disclosed 370Z Legacy Version.

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