Nissan GT-R Fake Police Car Trolls Drivers on Nurburgring

Imagine you’re out there lapping the Nurburgring on the busy tourist days and you come across a police car. In fact, you don’t have to picture this, as the clip below shows us how such a situation looks like.
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We are talking about a Nissan GT-R police car, but you shouldn’t worry about going too fast on the Nurburgring. For one thing, the speed limits have been raised, even though this doesn’t mean the future of the ‘Ring is all that bright.

More importantly, this is a fake police car. While the twin-turbo V6 under the hood and the incredible ATTESA E-TS all-wheel drive system are real, the wrap on the vehicle is some sort of trolling move.

Besides, this “law-enforcing” Godzilla doesn’t even have a light bar, as you’ll be able to see in the video below.

Speaking of which, the clip is a 12:30 compilation, showing us the action that took place during the tourist days on Saturday, with the footage having been captured in Adenauer Forst, one of the most... productive corners on the Green Hell. However, if you want to get straight to the Nissan GT-R action mentioned above, you can simply skip to the 9:18 mark.

Impersonating an US police car over in Europe

If the trick used by this GT-R seems familiar, it might be because we’ve recently seen a similar move on a Porsche. We are talking about impersonating an US police car on the Old Continent, with the Porsche in question being a GT3 RS. The car entered trolling service last week.

In fact, the 911 we’re talking about belongs to the Ring Police, a crew who specialises in playing such visual games. The German racing team activates at various motorsport levels, having a sweet spot for endurance racing.

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