What happens when you mix a fire engine with a 193 mph supercar co-designed by the makers of Gran Turismo? Well, if these pictures are anything to go by, you get what's just about the fastest, coolest emergency vehicle in the world.

The Nissan GT-R ultra-rapid response emergency vehicle was modified by M&M Automotive to offer some serious firefighting abilities. The car was built specifically to patrol the iconic Nurburgring race track in Germany's Eifel region, where hundreds of amateur drivers try their luck on the high-performance circuit every year.

(Source: Crave UK)

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This is the stuff dreams are made of. Now, if only it were red.
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The fire hose located in the trunk extends by around 65 feet and has an on-off handle for "burst mode."
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Here are some gauges, presumably for displaying water or foam pressure, and the master switch.
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