2012 Nissan GT-R Becomes a Police Car

EVI Corporation, a company that installs lights and sirens fro police vehicles belonging to agencies in the Northern Virginia and Washington DC areas, is introducing one of its latest projects: a 2012 Nissan GT-R that has been prepared for joining the law enforcers' side.
We are talking about a brand new example of the GT-R (the vehicle was delivered with 13 miles/21 km on its odometer), which seems perfectly “civilian” after the job, as it has been fitted with stealth LED police lights, as Automotive Addicts reports.

Thus, the car can be used as an undercover one, with the officers launching the audio and visual assault when they’re right next to their target. Street racers looking for potential “play partners” in the night should think twice...
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