2012 Nissan GT-R Police Vehicle

American EVI Corporation adds all the necessary equipment like lights and sirens to law enforcement vehicles. One of their latest projects is a 2012 Nissan GT-R, outfitted for an unnamed Northern Virginia police agency. The powerful Japanese car received a treatment to make it suitable for officers to use undercover and in high-speed pursuits.

The Nissan GT-R apparently showed up at EVI with only 13 miles on the clock, but is not a seizure from a criminal. How this expensive car ends up as a law-enforcement vehicle is still unknown. But which department that will use it won’t remain nameless for long. With a car like the GT-R it is hard to remain undercover.

The unnamed police agency is not the first department to adopt a Nissan GT-R for police use. The police in Abu Dhabi, UAE also uses a Nissan GT-R as an interceptor, and the same car is also used by fire department first-responders on Germany’s Nürburgring circuit.

But those who love to drive fast on the American East Coast are warned, be aware of the black Nissan GT-R!

[Via Motor Authority]

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  1. Cops should not be allowed to drive that nice of a car. Why the heck is our tax paying money going to support this kind of idiocy?!??!?!?!

  2. I think the Gt-r looks cool but no cop should drive the, if you ask me i think all cops in America should do what the NYPD is doing and have them dive Toyta Prius LOL


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